Travel Blogs from Mendoza
Kennieandnick stayed here on Sep 22, 2010 during their trip titled: Kennie and Nicholas' Great Adventure.
Mendoza was definitely a favourite destination on our tour for reasons of the great wine and its setting amongst the beautiful backdrop of the Andes. It is Argentina's premier wine region.
Mendoza is similar to Adelaide with regard to the population level, parks and cafe strips, and the dry climate. It is the dry climate and lack of …
I had the opportunity to made a very short visit to the City of Mendoza in Argentina, a small city, but with her charm.
Is a very quiet city and with a peace and tranquility environment. As this was Autumn, the colors of the season were visible in all the streets. I hadn'tīt the opportunity to visit much, only part of the City Center, the …
Before I came to Mendoza I wasn't aware that the whole city is in a desert, and that the existense and life of the city and the wine industry (more than 1000 vineyards) depends on a sophisticated system of man made irrigation. Even throughout the city centre you see 1m deep irrigation channels at the side of every road. The "Parque San Martin" (El …
Well today was our final day in Mendoza, and what better way to spend it than by visiting some more vineyards!! But firstly I must mention the meal we had last night, we went to a restaurant call Azafran (saffron in Spanish) which was recommended to us by the wine tour guide Adam (really cool guy originally from Seattle, who went traveling round …
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