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Travel Blogs from Mendoza
... up directly from the barrel in front of us. Next stop was at Renacer, a more modern winery. After a tour of the winery, we sampled 6 wines and also got to make our own blend, some more successful than others. Our third stop was at Club Tapiz, a 19th century lodge, winery and olive house where we had a 4 course lunch each with a different wine pairing. The food was delicious as were the wines. ...
... at lunch, poor girl, and I didn’t get away scott free either as quite a lot of Ruth splag went on my arm, leg, and a tiny bit on my face. This trip really has made us get to know each other a whole lot better!
Apart from us both fearing more sick to come that bus ride back to town was fun thanks to the driver clearly loving belting out 80s and 90s classics and successfully managing to get people to singing along.
... later I heard her calling the bus attendant and complaining, and the guy told me I had to put my seat up all the way. So I had no choice but to sit up straight and try and sleep that way. After a while I turned around to find her sleeping (with her seat almost fully reclined!) so I decided to just put my seat back as she won't notice anyway. But this old dear had some sort of sixth sense, and woke up immediately and started shouting at me and asking what my problem is. I ...
... the Andes Precordillera, these hot springs were a series of man-made indoor and outdoor pools that were naturally heated by the thermal activity in the surrounding area. Only an hour away from downtown Mendoza, we found ourselves dipping slowly into a 39° hot tub against the beautiful backdrop of the huge mountains towering over us in all directions. It was a truly remarkable place and we spent a half day there simply bathing, basking in the sun and soaking up the ...
... seem to rave about these places. To be fair the areas surrounding the cities is quite something but the cities/ towns are just that, towns not amazing just average places you could find anywhere.
Any way where was I? Oh yes so we walked down to the park and in the process the day cleared up a bit (was quite dull and overcast when we got here and they had had some pretty serious rain - which caused a lot of flooding near Buenos Aires). It was a nice walk ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking