Peninsula Petit Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... We were taken on a tour of the vineyards (encouraged to eat the grapes!) and the indoor areas where they process and make the wine. It was interesting, and quite amazing to look inside the huge tanks where the wine matures - there were definitely some that held hundreds of litres of wine!
The highlight of our trip to Mendoza was definitely the day that we did our own wine tasting tour. We took a bus to Maipu, the oldest winery area in the region and also the cheapest, ...
... A truly lovely bunch of lads! I had a nice meal and lots of nice 'artisanal' beers (everything seems to be artisanal around here) with guys from the hostel; a mixture of South Americans and Europeans (and a rouge Ozzie) at a micro brewery out of town, the Chileans went for all you can eat pizza instead! The next day, a rest day, I did a hike recommended to me by a Colombian from the hostel, ...
... came out after a stressful wait, they looked amazing. Easily an inch and a half thick, they looked truly top-grade. In no way am I a steak or wine connoisseur nor a food critic, but many more dinners like that and I may have to change careers before I even start my career. The word "best" gets thrown around a lot, as does the word "literally." The word "the" is a convenient and useless thing that seems to fill in all the gaps in English. Now, the ...
... trough ,I groan disparagingly at the futility of it all and make my way out knowing I am going to get more and more irritated the longer I wait for the inevitable “slop” that is being doled out at the front of the queue for extortionate prices.The herd seem happy though to feed themselves like “foie gras” geese, most completely unaware of the beauty that lies outside not ten minutes walk from where they sit.
I skip lunch and start walking along ...