Tierra Mora Apart Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
Photos of Tierra Mora Apart Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Tierra Mora Apart Hotel San Rafael
Travel Blogs from San Rafael
... from his neighbour's winery. Maybe he sensed it was my birthday, or maybe our stained lips and flushed faces gave away our enthusiasm for the local Malbec wines. Either way we were grateful. Later that night my lovely man took me out for an incredible meal at a fancy restaurant (a luxury our backpacker budget hasn't previously afforded us), capping off the perfect day. As you grow older birthdays can be quite daunting. Less and ...
... the bikes to La Antigua which specialised in liqueurs, jams and chocolates. After tasting lots of varieties ranging from aubergine jam to dulce de leche with coffee we got to choose two liqueurs to try. I opted for a rose and orange infused one and a dulce de leche banana flavour, both incredibly delicious. The boys however went for the absinthe which left them feeling rather perky. We headed back to the hostel after another wine pit stop and a bit more food ...
... s looked a little different...a steak stuffed with cheese, wrapped in ham and covered in breadcrumbs. She managed half which was a major achievement! We all still had a little room for an ice cream on the way back. After packing up our final few things it was time to say goodbye. It was a lot harder than we were expecting! We have had a ...
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 ...
... was for a glass of beer and empanadas at a local brewery where we sat UN the garden chatting and watching the sun set. Overall a fun afternoon exploring vineyards! Back at the hostel we had a quick dinner before heading to the bus station to say our goodbyes as we got on our buses heading in opposite directions - Jim back to BA and me onto Chile. We were both sad to say goodbye but we'd had a really unforgettable two weeks.
PHOTOS WILL ...