Petit Hotel

Peru 1459, Mendoza, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, 5500, Argentina | Hotel
Prices starting from $36.00
 

Travel Blogs from Mendoza

Mendoza - Bike Wine Time

A travel blog entry by lpringle

10

... 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', ...

Prg-Stu-Bs As

A travel blog entry by kristivojirova

2

... we didnt get lost in the first place last nite we wouldnt know a shortcut to the station.but since we got lost and had to find our way-today we went straight to the station with no issues..that is simply unbeliavable. exchanged trains,followed one couple who brought us to the right trains stop without even knowing and then left..we are one lucky girls.. airport..check in..harsh German officer and one so friendly.pick up luggage in Bs As.cigarrete ...

Days 131 and 132 - Mendoza - The Last Supper

A travel blog entry by neensandpete

8

... whilst we were waiting for our luggage which we agreed to. He then proceeded to walk us to the taxi rank and told us to join the queue, rather than actually being a taxi driver himself, but still demanded a tip before leaving to go rip off the next tourist! It's unbelievable what people expect tips for on this continent. You also have to tip the bus driver for putting your bags on the bus and then again at the other end when they take them off! By now we were both a bit fed up ...

Men-doz-and-don'tz-a

A travel blog entry by jackcox

... hardness. If you order the steak with mushroom sauce, you will be served a below par chewy thin cut of beef drizzled with uncooked, vinegar preserved, 5 year old mushrooms.

  • Do complain, however. We complained and the head waiter had a massive go at the chef and then the chef marched out of the kitchen, never to return again.
  • Don't leave your bag with all your most ...

  • Wine Heaven

    A travel blog entry by burkley

    19

    ... sun, mountains and snow capped isn't something you'll see every day.

    Our third winery was also our lunch stop at Tapiz. Before lunch we had a olive oil tasting and got to taste the local olive that is pressed off the side of the winery. The flavour is very intense and the blended variety was much more subtle and the perfect olive oil for bread or salads. Moving through to the dining room it was a beautiful setting and we knew we were in for a treat ...

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