- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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My three nights in Mendoza were good. We arrived late after a 9 hour bus ride from Valparaiso. Because of New Years the boarder was crazy busy. It took us three hours to get through - such a pain! My hostel in Mendoza was pretty average but I met some awesome people. The Mendoza region produces 70% of Argentinas wine, so naturally we went wine tasting. I went with three others from my hostel. We caught the bus to Maipu and hired ...
... in 1861 by a huge earthquake and has only a few buildings left from before that time. However it allowed them to plan the city and it means Mendoza is a beautiful city now. Every street is wide and tree lined which gives lots of shade during the summer. Mendoza is in a desert and the temperature can be anything from -15C to 45C. It receives virtually no rain and would be an arid wasteland if not for the Incas. The Incas put in a series of canals into ...
... book in activities right away starting with sunset horse back riding that afternoon. We ate lunch at a cafe then walked for a long time to a big park (see photos) following sim. Thank god we have sim, our leader. 'Where are you going, that's just shrubbery? You're just going for a **** aren't you?' Me and Steve banter as we walk behind him dragging our feet. Sometimes I feel bad that he is surrounded by turkey's and unable to soar like an eagle. It was a ...
... the vines was a highlight. Lesson of the day: never leave a draw-string bag in the basket of a bike whilst navigating with a poor map (nothing of value lost). After a final wobbly cycle to return the bikes, Mr Hugo rewarded us with a complimentary bottle of his best unlabelled vino tinto. We probably didn't need to sample it on the bus home...
Needless to say the following day was uneventful as we recuperated and waited for the night bus to Cordoba, 10 hours.