Quinta & Suites Apart Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Our bus ride from Santiago, Chile to Mendoza, Argentina was with an Argentinian company called Cata and was a massive improvement on our Turbus experience. Despite arriving 1hr later than expected due to some seriously relaxed efforts by staff at the border, the journey was pleasant with some amazing views of the snowy mountains. We got talking to …
After leaving behind the bohemian city of Valparaiso and our new hipster friends, it was up and over the Andies to Argentina - the land of steak and wine. We were definitely looking forward to both of these after an array of average/poor scran and booze in the countries so far. And we were not disappointed.
Mendoza is in the north-west of this huge country and is well known for producing a great deal of the country's wine. On arrival at ...
... Torrentinos, which turned out to be pretty good and well matched to our food. As we were leaving the vineyard, there were two little owls by the side of the road and we managed a quick photo or two before they flew of to the safety of the vines.
Back up the same side road, we stopped off to visit Tempus Alba, which had self guided tour of their facilities. It was quite unique and nice, especially because it was free. We did however pay 35 pesos each for their wine ...
... next one, so sat and had a couple of beers/lunch together. Mitch was travelling with his new wife on their honeymoon for a year. They had a surprise wedding at their engagement party, so that they could save money for their travels. We all had the front row of the bus, which worked out perfectly, as the trip thorough the Andes, to Mendoza was picturesque. The top floor of the bus had massive windows, which we had a clear view out if. It was like being at the IMAX theatre. ...
... enjoyed, couldn't pick a highlight as it's been such a varied trip but getting to visit Port Stanley and meeting the locals was defiantly right up there. It not been without incident but nothing that would stop me returning to this part of the world again, maybe rent a car in Alaska and drive the Pan American Highway down to Ushuaia!! So far so good, we've made it to ...