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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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01 January 2015This morning we brought the car back to the car rental. Back in the hostel we started to transfer our photos to our computer and tried to reach all the family with Face Time and skype. Beside of that we enjoyed our hostel facilities, like the table football, badminton table and the sunny garden with it's mini mini swimming pool as everything ...
... but it was now pitch black and we had read that the area around the station was very dangerous and not to wander around it at night....our hostel was somewhere close to the bus station - oh ohhhhhh. When we got off the bus, we were instantly approached by a dodgy looking guy who had leaflets for a hostel in town. We had only booked into the hotel (which at that time we had no idea where it was) for one night so staying at ...
We were supposed to take the bus to Valparaiso, Chile at 09:30 am, but as we arrive at the bus terminal we were told that the border is still closed due to snow. We waited until 11:30 when they announced that the border would not reopen today and we had to change the tickets for the next day. At the terminal, we met Veronica from Canada who had a bus to Santiago and had to catch a flight back home in few days. She ...
... and various other items. It was funny because a person could sit and be entertained all day without even having to leave the patio. After lunch, it was time to plan the next couple days. Mendoza is a very special place as it is home to the famous Malbec wine, with many, many wineries in the surrounding area, one must do a wine tour while here. We discuss this with our hotel contact and he arranges a 3 vineyard wine tour for the following day, that includes ...
... Maipu, hire a bike, and cycle varying distances to the wineries in the area. Being the clever ***** that we are, we thought we would try out a different area, rather than compete with the hoards down at Maipu. Heading to the lesser known Luján de Cuyo, it soon became apparent that not one of us (David, Hidde or I) knew when to get off the bus. As the bus gradually emptied, we found ourselves at the end of the line, the bus terminal, without a grape in sight. Friendly ...