Reina Victoria Suites & Towers
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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
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The night bus from Valpo got us into Mendoza at around 9am, after a very tedious and completely pointless exercise in the middle of the night at the Argentinian border involving a lot of queuing, getting everything on and off the bus a few times with our bags and an official looking man coming around and giving them a cursory tap as though he had magic fingers that could tell if we had any contraband substances in them, without actually looking. The rain in Mendoza meant the first day ...
... the Mendozans used for irrigation. Interestingly, the lake level has been dropping for the last four years and is at less than 50% of it's capacity. While there is surely a scientific explanation, a lot of the locals (who I doubt keep up on global warming arguments) believe that the receding lake level correlates to that of two Incan mummies that were discovered nearby and exhumed by a local university. The timing lines up just right and while the Incans are part of ...
... timing. We made some friends
and went out for my first Argentina steak, which seriously lived up to
expectations!! Happy days! It was a funny evening as there was 6
English, 1 Canadian and 1 Italian who went for dinner. Us English had at
least a 10minute debate about where the north and south begins and ends
and the Canadian and Italian just looked at us bemused! We ...