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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After the extremes of the previous day, it was good to not go for a run and not have a day full of winery visits and steaks. Today was a quiet rest day. I spent the morning doing the first (and in the end only) blog update and then we went for a stroll around Mendoza.
After delving into the Artisan workshop and various other Argentinian …
Ah, nothing like a good night's sleep interrupted by a partner who gets up at the crack of before dawn! Still, I was due to take a run so I managed to "lie in" until 6:45 and was out of the door by 7am. It was still dark. But only just! The town was decimated by a serious earthquake and fire in 1861 so was rebuilt on a regular grid with a central …
First day in Mendoza and a Sheraton breakfast. A wonderful high ceiling lounge on the 17 the floor of the tower – only marginally disconcerting having been told of the 5+ Richter earthquake about a fortnight ago – still if the locals can take it in their stride why couldn't we. The spread was pretty good with the usual juice, pastries, …
Day three and no excuse for not going for a run. So on with the gear and out at 7am to see whether I could find my way around Buenos Aires and back to the hotel. It turned out that this was very easy as we were only a couple of blocks from the magnificent Parque 3 de Febrero, the largest park also know as the Bosques de Palermo (Palermo Woods) due …
... We were recommended lunch at a local winery which we wandered down to. What I hadn't appreciated was lunch meant a 6 course meal with pairing wines... The hotel seemed surprised when we said we didn't want dinner! The following day we had a driver who took us to Uco Valley which is the most beautiful part of the wine region as it is close to the Andes. They also have a lot of organic wineries there because of the altitude and climate they don't have many pests to deal with. First ...