- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... with nothing but vines surrounding you when there is suddenly a clearing and you see a small hut with a patio and tables and chairs for diners. The owner greeted us and was one of the most nice and genuine people. Our lunch was a 5 course meal, some of which was prepared in their stone ovens they've installed oustdie. The wine was good but when we learned that it was only $5 bottle it suddenly became impeccable! After the winery tour we came back and napped ...
We had to be up early to get to the bus station for our 7:30am departure to Mendoza. It was Sunday and the metro didn't start until 8am so we asked guy from the concierge desk to call us a taxi. He said he would take us for the price of taxi so that worked out perfectly.
We were travelling with Cata Internacional and the bus left on time. Not long after leaving we were brought a cup of tea and brownie, very ...
... in no state to do a tour. Likely it was a day of hot springs! The hot springs were lovely and just what I needed! The views were amazing and the area so peaceful. To make it even better there was a huge buffet with an array of vegetables and meats. I was feeling great! That night was a quiet, we were in bed by 10pm. The next day it was time for the bike ride wine tour, Ami and I joined 4 English guys (Scott, Russ, Andy and Rob) and jumped on the bus to get to the ...
... admits maybe she isn't. I use a Hanky to stem the flow of blood as we manoeuvre Deb to the back of the truck. Juan swung into action and was there with his rubber gloves and surgical swabs. We get a look at the wound and it's nasty but not serious, around an inch long gash but it needs attention. Juan has a friend who is in charge of the hospital, he says it will be much quicker than going private and using insurance. On route it sounds like there is a young doctor Juan fancies, ...
Here are a few titbits from our last few months in Mendoza.... The Festive Season: Ruby: Christmas in Mendoza was pretty much as we expected - not really Christmas. 40 degree heat doesn't exactly inspire the Yuletide spirit. A few shops had made a ********** attempt at decoration, but there is something very odd about looking at a plastic Santa figurine standing in snow when you are sweating through your t-shirt. The city had the jolly idea of dyeing the fountain in ...