Modigliani Art & Design Suites Mendoza
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... for there is no other way of discovering surprises and marvels, which, as I see it, is the only good reason for not staying at home. As already suggested, fast intercommunication between points is making all points the same point. Waikiki Beach is just a mongrelized version of Atlantic City, Brighton, and Miami.
Despite the fact that more accidents happen in the home than elsewhere, increasing efficiency of communication and of ...
... The mountain and its surroundings are part of the Aconcagua Provincial Park. While in the park we hiked the trail. Lauren and Matias did the full three mile
loop, while Carolyn and I did about half. It took us awhile to acclimate to the altitude charge. The scenery and the altitude literally took your breath away.
On the return journey we stopped for lunch at 4 pm, at El Rancho, in Potrerillos. Matias ordered our first Argentine barbecue dishes. The steak ...
... Toneles, Vistandes and Floria), buying a bottle of red wine at each of the first 2 but not the 3rd, which produced sweet red wines, a sparkling red wine and marsala wine! We also visited an olive oil producer, where we tried some very good extra virgin olive oils and saw how they make it now and how they used to make it. Sue's never been a drinker of red wine but seems to now have a bit of a taste for it!!
Our journey back to Chile wasn´t quite as easy as the ...
... off. We learned a lot about the cities history and the stories behind the artwork in the plazas. I also learned that the reason it was so dry in Mendoza is becuase of the Andes. They shelter the city from the rain. The also cause crazy climate changes which I have experienced since staying here. One day it can be shorts and tshirt weather, the next day it might be only 7° and freezing. The newspaper took photos of the group and iterviewed our guide before leaving. After class ...
... factory. The winery that we had chosen was a small, family run outfit that specialised in organic wine. Whilst we waited for the owner to finish up another tour, we looked around. So many barrels. We were getting excited! Cam was sticky beaking in the comments book, and someone had written – 'Best wine tour ever’. We were encouraged even further!
A few moment later a small woman and 2 very tall American guys came up from some stairs that I ...