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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Back in Santiago after the end of our Monograms tour, we take the bus to Mendoza for the last leg of our trip. We split our time between two wine regions in the area. First up is TunuyŠn, the newest wine region and less than two hours south of Mendoza. After a few nights there, we return back to Mendoza for our last two nights.
... that so-called opposites, such as light and darkness, sound and silence, solid and space, on and off, inside and outside, appearing and disappearing, cause and effect, are poles or aspects of the same thing. But we have no word for that thing, save such vague concepts as Existence, Being, God, or the Ultimate Ground of Being. For the most part these remain nebulous ideas without becoming vivid feelings or experiences.
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... how you say, for big giving to children Us: Charity work? Fabio: YES, charity, he no ask money, he come over help children. He sit is my car, he sing he sign letter to Fabio (LOL)/ etc... Fantastic. Anyway we arrived at Corrientes, and tried to enter through a door that was clearly closed, with no lights on in the background. Suddenly, whosever idea it was to put on a tie and suit in a clearly dodgy area in a slightly nerve inducing city like Buenos Aires, began to ...
... being the European socialites that they are. I hadn't danced Cumbia since I was here 17 years ago and was definitely intrigued. Not that I really wanted to see myself dance the Cumbia, or to have anyone else see me do it, but it was definitely something I had been thinking about since I got here. One more beer did the trick and I was in. These guys were hilarious. Listening to them talk reminded me of Hanz and Frans because neither of them spoke each other's language ...
... a couple of Aussies. It was ****. (The hill, not the company).
We have really enjoyed Mendoza and met some great people who we will stay in touch with no doubt. On our last morning a Canadian from the hostel gave us 2 bottles of posh wine that he couldn't fit in his bag! The fool, he could have just drank them! We finished the stay with our last Argentinian steak. For now anyway, as we are heading to Chile...