Sheraton Mendoza Hotel
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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 …
... telescope for stars watching at night in the room, the board with words on magnets in the hall to make up thoughts, fine dining restaurants and wines for local enjoyment only... Complemented with the hammam circuit treatment included to make the experience to perfection... Got lost there for a day or so... But its time to move on to the next destination - destination of white wines of Torrontes in Salta. Hasta luego, Victoria and ...
so..after meeting Andres we took a taxi to a hostel.it was about 300 pesos but we shared the fare..it was cheaper than a shuttle..as we were sitting in the taxi,i was reminiscing on my last journey..and excited to be back 4 years later. Puerto Limon hostel in Calle Chacabuca,Veru and Andres took a private room and I took the dorms for 6 people.rooms were not ready yet so we went for a walk..in San Thelmo..our neighbourhood..aaaaaa...visited the domingo ...
... less enthusaiastic for such a physical activity. So we signed up for a bus tour of three wineries. We visited one of the largest wineries in Argentina, a small winery that originated in Italy, and a family winery that primarily made reds. The large winery had all the elements you would expect of one, beautiful facilities, massive oaken casks and stainless steel vats, a well-run tour, and slick marketing. The tasting was held in ...
... subtitles but then having to read subtitles to words that are being sung?!!! I don't even know how that's supposed to work. So, off I went to sleep. At 1230pm we get woken up....dinner is served!!? We were so confused. Cold chicken escalope with herby rice, a packet of mayonnaise and salt, a little bread roll that will probably taste exactly the same in 50years, and a coconut cake for pudding. At this time of ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSheraton Mendoza Hotel
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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