Modigliani Art & Design Suites Mendoza
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I had been really looking forward to this week of my trip, heading to Mendoza to see a few wineries, although I was all steaked out from BA I wasn't quite all Malbec'd out. I was expecting to turn up to a beautiful town surrounded by gorgeous vines. What I actually arrived to was a city of 1.9 million people, that was hot and not quite the romantic city I was hoping for. I wasn't able to check in immediately to my hostel as I arrived at 9am and my bed wasn't ready, but I ...
... The BBQ was different from what I expected. First of all the salad ran out very early and I didn't get any. The meat was okay, but a tiny bit too salty. For the free tequila shots, well, they where different as well. I kinda expected it to be at the table during BBQ, but it was more like an after-dinner-lean-over-the-counter-and- open-your-mouth-so-I-can-pour-the-shot- straight-from-the-bottle thingy.
We each had a shot and then left, as it was already late. The BBQ was supposed ...
... got home at 6am then got up at 8am for a wine and bicycle tour. True story. After vomiting up the best wine in the world after our first stop I knew there would be testing times ahead. Get it, testing times! Pride prevented me from throwing my bike in the back of the trailer and sleeping between the next three vineyards. The views were great, the exercise much needed, the wine delicious. I had a great day and was still ****** from the night before. Mum would be ...
... Consider that it's all included in the cheap ticket price and it doesn't sound too bad except for the fact that we still have to sit on it for 12 hours. That said, the journey through the curves of the Andes mountains as we cross the border into Argentina is a beautiful one. A bit on the tired side, Karen and I seem to take turns in waking each other up abruptly to look out of the window at the dramatic landscape. We arrive at our BnB in Mendoza in the ...
... off and re-charging my batteries. Dancing, wine, horse riding if possible, walks, sun, beach, sea, rocky Salta and whatever comes to me I will grab and fully breath in.
Small tango note:
On Sunday I was at the "Lucerna"milonga, sitting and listening to Yann Tiersen.
He is not a “traditional” tango composer at all. In fact, he is not a tango composer. Yet I love dancing to his La Valse d’Amelie and I had tears in my eyes ...