Virgo Hotel and Spa - Las Lenas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of the stage. There were 25,000 people in the stands and another 25,000 on the adjacent hillsides. The volume of the music was ear splitting but the atmosphere was electric. The show was amazing and portrayed the history of wine and the traditions in the various regions of Mendoza - not to be missed, although once is enough! The evening came with a sack dinner, including a 1/2 bottle of Malbec ...
We had a very interesting tour at this bodega, which was on the border between the Maipķ and LujŠn de Cuyo regions. A family bodega with Italian roots going back a few generations producing some very nice malbecs, cabernet and even some sparkling wine. This was our first look at vineyards relying upon flood irrigation. With plenty of water available ...
... up our pillows and blankets in order to sent them off for sterilization, and bid us a cheery farewell. Unlike with flying, we'd not only been trusted with real cutlery, but all our bags appeared, and we weren't allowed to claim them until we'd shown that the claim tag matched that on the bag. Civilization lives! So, am I a fan of bus travel? More so now, but I'd like to see Canada implement something similar if they're going to keep dropping the ball on train ...
... as it got dark. Lovely.
The one 'must do' activity in Pucon though is climbing the ever imposing Villarica, peering into the smouldering crater of the volcano then descend again, sliding down on the ice. It looks like a cartoon volcano from every angle, including when climbing up it- the snow capped peak is picture perfect and after three hours of climbing on loose stones then ice crystals then snow we reached the summit. Not wise to spend long up there as the ...
The weather here is in the low 30s and clear blue skies. After a slow start (which get slower and slower as the holiday progresses) we joined the queue for fuel at the YPF station. It took us nearly 45 minutes to be served. We hadn't seen queues like this so thought there must be some shortage but no, the petrol station on the other side of town was quiet. Very odd.
We drove north to visit Las Lenas, which is a ski resort near Cerro ...