Reina Victoria Suites & Towers
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... into my new domain. It was Friday Asada (BBQ) night so I got to try some of Argentina's famous beef and my first Empanadas. Oh and of course some local Malbec wine. I detected some Aussie accents and soon enough become acquainted with some new friends. Day two we gathered together to hit the streets to get bus tickets and find our own way out to the bike hire store on the outskirts of town. Nick a young lawyer from ...
... off whenever Tara borrows it!!
Tara and i were feeling pretty boozed by the time we'd got off the bus back to the town, but everyone wanted to head straight out for food and wine so we went to a great steak restaurant on one of the Aussies recommendations. This was by far and away the best steak we'd had. I had massive food envy when they bought Tara her fillet and i'd only ordered sirloin... but considering mine was bigger i was happy knowing that it was ...
... in Mendoza we were unsure what to do with our day as we didn't feel up for the wine tours. One of the girls fortunately came across a small poster pointing out the existence of some natural hot springs nearby. We had nothing to lose so we decided to check it out... A local bus took us right into the Andes, and we were presented with the decision to either go to the public springs (costing £6) or through a plush hotel (£30). The decision to go with ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsReina Victoria Suites & Towers Mendoza
The only thing against it was the street noise especially at the weekend when the bar opposite got going !
Otherwise it was absolutely fantastic , especially the junior suite with balcony that we stayed in
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.