Hotel Tres Reyes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... and luckily managed to find a room on airbnb where we stayed for two nights. On Wednesday we took a bus to the west of the city, to a small hill called Cerro Camapanario. There, we took a cable car to the top, where we were met with beautiful views of the surrounding lakes and mountains. I don't think I've ever seen anything like it! We had a Patagonia beer before descending and walking along the lake shores back to the city. Back at the apartment, we shared our free Mendoza wine ...
... to the rental shop by 7.30 pm when they close. We take a bus back to town and eat leftovers from yesterday. Oh yeah more beef…
The couple from yesterday invite us to go for a beer with them, but it is already quite late and we still need to pack, shower and get ready for an early start tomorrow. So we just stay in the end.
Staying the in dorms was actually ok. The first night I stayed in a 4 bed dorm and Femi in a 6 bed one. The second night I moved ...
... imagine. The only problem was that we had arrived about a month before trekking / tourist season, so while the town was bustling and exciting, the surrounding trekking trails and campsites were mostly closed. But still we made do, packing four days of adventures into the week we spent there.
The day our actual anniversary fell it was unfortunately raining quite heavily. But, being as this was a romantically cold place anyway, this was no problem. We spent the day just ...
... and that's it my whole life valuables on my body every single day unless the hotel has a particularly good safe.Some hotel safes come off the walls,some look tampered with and others like they don't get used which often tells a story.I often check out the cleaning staff to see what their general attitude is,if in anyway I think they are reluctantly doing their jobs ,I won't “safe up “ my valuables,sounds crazy but you have to make your choices and on a ...
Over the last few days we learned what they mean when they say, "adventure starts when everything goes wrong". Almost everything that could go wrong did, and it will probably be the most memorable part of our trip. Crossing the border into Argentina actually went fairly quickly considering that we had to get 34 people from all over the world across. We were about 40 minutes into our third country, driving down a new gravel road when the road collapsed out from under us and the ...