How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Mendoza
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.
... of Hell. More usual, today, is the fear that death will take us into everlasting nothingness–as if that could be some sort of experience, like being buried alive forever. No more friends, no more sunlight and birdsong, no more love or laughter, no more ocean and stars–only darkness without end.
Do not go gentle into that good night . . . Rage, rage against the dying of the light.
Imagination cannot grasp simple ...
... most expensive wine we tried. Familia de Tomassi This was our favourite place, the oldest in the region (1859) and still has the old brick fermentation tanks (made with bricks from England) that were lined with bees wax to prevent the wine being brick flavour, although these are not used any more. One is a cellar and another has been opened up so we could walk through it and see some of the latest harvest ageing in a range of French and American oak barrels. The vines out side all ...
... S. Americans from the Spaniards, it's pretty impressive. His crossing of the Andes is considered second only to Hannibal's crossing of the Himalayans. I plan to read up a bit more, pretty interesting after having seen the incredible mountains he crossed with thousands of soldiers. Monday afternoon was supposed to be a day of paragliding but the weather turned for the worse and they had to cancel on me. I putzed around town a bit before seeing the email that my transfer ...
... 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...