Park Hyatt Mendoza
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Masoud Mohammed and I began our journey with a series of connecting flights which would take us from Dubai to the Argentine city of Mendoza at the foot of the Andes. We covered the fifteen thousand kilometres to Buenos Aires via Sao Paulo in around eighteen hours of flying over two days, but took a surprising eight hours to cover the last one …
Arriving in Mendoza on Thursday, I was immediately sorry for having left Villa La Angostura and Patagonia so early. Despite this being March, Mendoza is still scorching hot. (Sorry to be complaining about heat to all those still suffering through the Midwestern winter :)). Thursday, I mostly lazed around and tried to recover from my nearly …
The dirty little marketing trick about malbecs in Argentina is that if you want to be the best at producing something, pick something nobody else is making. Think about it, nobody else really makes malbecs. The French use it as blending variety in bordeaux and burgundy as it lends color without changing the taste of the dominant variety. Argentina …
After a hectic few weeks we thought we would treat ourselves to a bit of luxury & booked into the Park Hyatt in Mendoza for a few days where we chilled by the pool, visited a few wineries & sampled the local wines. On our last night we stumbled upon a bar which had a live band - it turned out to be a cross between rock & jazz - who were …
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