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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... je neděle tak většina obchodu a některé restaurace jsou zavřené a cele město je tak nějak opuštěné. Je asi 32 stupňů a je opravdu vedro a dusno. Mendoze se oprávněně říká ‘trouba’.
Pondělí 16. ledna
Jelikož hlavni důvod návštěvy Mendozy je podívat se do vinic, tak jsme si neodpustili zarezervovat si na dnešek exkurzi. Vinice se dají ...
... had one that was a mix of vodka, cognac, rum, and probably other stuff. Strong.
While in Mendoza, we learned that in Argentina, dinner is a very late meal. We thought we would go to a recommended restaurant "late" -- we got there at 8:00 PM. It wasn't even open yet. We sat in the park watching stray dogs bark at children until 8:30, and were pretty much the first people there. But Charles had a delicious steak, I had chicken, ...
After the tour I was slightly tipsy as I haven't eaten since breakfast. It didn't really matter as I could barely talk to anyone. I was the only person who couldn't speak spanish on this tour. I still met a few nice girls from the US.
ASADO AND TEQUILA SHOTS
The hostel chain I stayed with has 4 hostels in Mendoza and every friday there was a big BBQ with all the hostels together.
I meet a few nice australian people and spent the evening with ...
... to San Luis but managed to squeeze in a cup of
tea. After the bus had thinned out, dinner was served at 10pm – these hours are
a nightmare and I’ll have to stick to lunches out! Didn’t get a massive amount
of sleep after the movie finished at 1am though must have got some as dreamt my
bed was rolling across the room and out of the door!
... Michael' she says with a glare, pointing out the fairly well dressed vagrant playing a guitar on the corner. 'Oh' I say sheepishly 'of course!'. An equally luxurious overnight coach with fully reclining seats like those ones in first class flights takes us east to the city of Cordoba. The Catholics, not satisfied with Good Friday and Easter Monday dedicate a whole week to their Easter celebrations in the shape of Holy Week which we arrive slap bang in ...