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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... with some very nice wine tastings. We then cycled for a while to another vineyard to have lunch and more wine before we had to get the bikes back and get on the bus back to Mendoza. We had a great day on the bikes despite the heat but it still didnīt compare to some of the wine tours we have previously been on in Australia. But at least we tried it!
Next day we had a quiet day to update our blogs! and to make future plans for the rest of our travels.
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We arrived in Mendoza this morning at 11am with Emily and Sam and went to our hostel called Punto Urbano. The bus journey was pretty good and even included a stop for breakfast. We went for a little walk a bit later in the day and went to the supermarket ...
... made much easier by picking on Tom. We cut through paths and sections of park stamping through dead leaves the whole time. It was the same park where a man from NZ was shot dead a month before in an attempted mugging. I looked over my shoulder a few times seeing shadows amongst the trees. It seems to me that in almost every statue commemorating a soldier/hero/liberator there is almost always a woman. An angel with wings and near perfect tits. Tits out ...
... longer than necessary walk home via the supermarket for dinner. We had a few hours sleep and then went down for some drinks with some people from our hostel room who we thought were coming out with us, but turns out when we went to leave they unexpectedly got into bed so we headed out solo. We had a great night in some random bars that seemed to be all locals, and even managed to wave the entry fee on a club to 'pay for 1, get 2 free', ...
... s what they're known for..anyone? The hostel staff made a huge amount of argentine vegetables and meat and of course a gallon of wine for a fiver. Here we met a great group of people who we decided to travel across to Chile with to see the Atacama Desert. We were originally going to follow on up to Bolivia but we thought why not add another country into the equation! Turns out it was probably the best decision we'd made..