Tierra Mora Apart Hotel
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... not funny. I woke up around 3 (thank god I have a private room here) and in Mendoza, like Cordoba, everything is shut down. I walked for an hour and a half looking for a place to feed me and ran into a girl working at my hostel. She was going to a market to buy food. We ended up cooking steak and making a massive salad at the hostel and watched Troy. The first half was in English, the second in Spanish. End scene.
Is this blog long? Yeah, I ...
... the two lines (naturally we didn't want to wait too long in the cold) and waited for our turn to get our passport stamped etc. Kate was in front and was processed first... Shortly after this a lot of yelling began between two officials and our bus driver and it turns out we were in the wrong line and Kate was stamped into Argentina before being stamped out of chile... Absolute Rig-moral... It obviously doesn't take two people to operate two stamps does it?! Either way we managed to ...
... as the horses want to leave as quickly as you want to. With Oli's horse wanting to be the first at all times, this became a bit of a problem. When he tried to get our camera's in waterproof bags, the horse ran off leaving our stuff all over the ground. Fortunately one of the Gaucho's picked them up and quite enjoyed showing off Mieke's handbag.. ha! On our return we had a massive 'asado' (typical Argentinian barbeque) with lots of red wine. All ...
... there is also the opinion that he was in cahoots with napoleon and it was more an attack on Spain than a liberation of Argentina!) was huge and very impressive! We had lunch in a gorgeous little restaurant and ended up sharing 3 main courses because everything looked so good! We had beetroot n goats cheese salad, burger and a sweet corn tart with salad...amazing flavours!! We did a bit more wine tasting at the vines after lunch and met ...
... red telephone box was synonymous with urinal. With the stench of **** in my nostrils and feeling pretty nauseous we hastily moved on.
There are five main squares in Mendoza, Plaza Independencia is the main one and then there are four that orbit it: Plaza Chile, Plaza Italia, Plaza San Martin and Plaza Espaņa which was my favourite. The reason for this was simple: Upon arriving we were greeted with large crowds in one corner, and edging closer we discovered it was a tango ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking