Sheraton Mendoza Hotel
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Very cheap hotel (~1,000 pesos or 6,000 SPG points) that exceeded expectations for being so nice. They had a nice spa (so we were told) and a small casino that was nice only because it had such small minimums (25 pesos).
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We spent a long weekend in the Mendoza area, with most of our time relaxing south of Mendoza (which I will hopefully cover in another post), but spent our first day hiking around Aconcagua. Aconcagua is the highest mountain outside of the Himalayas and means "Stone Sentinal" in Quechua. Despite its height (almost 23,000 feet) and being the tallest …
... out when we got home was to blind taste a glass of white and a glass of red both a room temperature. He said it is very hard to tell the difference between the two. The reason why red wine is red is that the skins of the grapes are left in the tank with the wine as it maturates for at least 30 days (with Rose this particular vineyard removes the skins from the tank after 30 hours). We also were treated to a lesson on how sparkling wine/champagne is made and how ...
... our country because ,my God,we don't half carry the St George flag with us ,whatever our social class,when we go abroad!,I have heard it and seen it a million times from all nationalities ,one week ago you were saying,”I cant wait to get out of this **** hole” next thing you know you are in Vietnam,craving a “cuppa decent tea” and promoting your country to your new German friends,or if not promoting it ,defending it at the very least. I do exactly the ...
... our taxi driver once again flagged down any person he could see. Finally, we were there!
We had booked a lovely cabin in the middle of a vineyard with a swimming pool and bikes. It had a vegetable garden where we could pick anything we liked and chickens we could collect eggs from. We spent the afternoon in the pool planning what we would do with the next week.
That evening, the family working on the vineyard invited us and the Slovakian girls also ...
... hot weather that takes your breath away and almost the will to live too, there's wine. This is the quintessential wine region in Argentina, and to toast with a good 2 euros bottle makes you forget about the heat. We went to Maipu, a suburb half an hour away from the city, we rented two battered bikes and we spent the rest of the day visiting vineyards, breweries, olive groves and of course tasting wine. Malbec, a red wine, is king in these parts: very ...