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... found some evidence that there is a similar process in the brain.
But a scanning process that observes the world bit by bit soon persuades its user that the world is a great collection of bits, and these he calls separate things or events. We often say that you can only think one thing at a time. The truth is that in looking at the world bit by bit we convince ourselves that it consists of separate things, and so give ourselves the ...
... from the vine in late summer to stress the vine and concentrate energy to the smaller remaining portion of the crop.
After an interesting tour and a very engaged tasting, we bought a bottle of champagne (yes, they're an old enough winery they can call it that), which we ended up enjoying back at the room with some carryout food for dinner. Heavy sigh.
... orientating ourselves to the city grid and stopped for a meal, sitting outside on a pedistrianised area of the town, enjoying a delightful glass of Argentinian red. The next day was our last at the campsite. We spent it by exploring the nearby wine growing area of Maipu. Taking the bus with the ease of a local, we arrived at around lunchtime and hired a couple of bikes. The self guided tour did not get off to a flying start. The first winery had stopped doing tours ...
... which had some TVs showing premier league highlights. On the upper floor is an inexpensive supermarket and yet another cafe, again offering wonderful coffee and hotdogs. There are escalators between all floors but unfortunately they dont work effectively making them just big stairs.
Whats that? You want to hear about the toilets? Ok well the men's take up both floors of the Eastern side of the station whilst the womens take up the West side. For just ...
We decided to
look at the city highlights in the morning before our afternoon wine tour. We
visited a small art gallery which was built underneath the central park. We
then headed to the top floor of city hall which had the central tourism office
and from the roof very good views over downtown Mendoza. We had a bit of a
struggle finding this but because ...