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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- 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.
... we can have a bit more sleep. But the hostel itself is not great. It looked nice and modern on the Internet, but it is a bit dirty and we immediately start regretting booking four nights here. When we get up we start looking for another hostel to change for, but there is nothing much available in our price range and plus we find from the owners that we have to pay a minimum of two nights anyway. In the end we decide we will stay two nights here and then we will travel to ...
... We then went into Mendoza. It was not at all what we expected. It is not a sleepy wine town but is Argentina's fourth largest city with a population of 1.4 million. It is of a similar vintage to Melbourne. We walked through an arcade that was very like the Block Arcade but with empty shops and in not as good condition. There are tree-lined streets but there is quite a lot of litter. Edouardo took us on a 'Derek' walk but I slowed the men down by dragging them into a ...
... on the blue market. The official exchange rate is 8.5, and we are getting 13 on the street. I am now on a bus to Salta. The journey is 18 hours so I have plenty of time to watch scenery (desert)! I leave Mendoza with mixed feelings. Crime is an issue here (I learned of 2 incidences during my 3 days), but I met great people here and we had heaps of fun. I have enrolled in Spanish classes for the week so will be in Salta for the next 5 ...
Our day started off by coming down to the best breakfast we've had so far. It consisted of omelettes, boiled eggs, crepes and all the other basics like fruit and cereal. As there are lots of vineyards in Mendoza and many companies offering tours at a high price the four of us (Emily & Sam being the other 2) decided to do it cheaper and hire the bikes ourselves. Armed with 8 boiled egg sandwiches we got the bus to the city centre. After we got off at the ...