Casa Antucura Wine Boutique Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Vista Flores
... lots of samples. Each winehouse charged a mere 30 pesos (with my black market exchange rate that equates to about one pound fifty) for three or four glasses of the best red I have tasted in my life as well as a tour of the winery, introduction to the whole process and to top it off lessons in how to become a true connoisseur. I can´t wait to come back home and be a snob. My apologies for the (understandably) blurry photo´s, it was ...
... made me ill. Luckily I was better by the Monday and could make the Wine Tour. This was an organised tour, you can go by yourself and hire bikes but recently a couple had strayed off the main road in Maipu and were robbed at gunpoint. I decided that a group tour would be best. There were 17 of us in the tour, a mixture if English/Irish and and locals. We were driven to the first winery and given a great I depth tour of how they make the wines. We tasted wine from ...
... As I understand it, they booked with Mid Eastlands, but were forced to use the replacement camel service that went via Wolverhampton). We'd gone to San Rafael for the weekend and were sat outside our hostel, enjoying the peace and tranquility (and a cheap imported German beer called 'schneider') when we heard some sort of jazzed up latino hymn coming from the road. What we saw next is probably exactly what God had in mind when he put these events in motion, some 2,000 ...
... in the largest park in South America. In the evening, we ate pizza at a supermarket and raided the wine shelf, getting ourselvess absolutely blottoed; the next evening we decided to switch to beer (cheap wine in Argentina is VILE). We went for drinks with Nadia's lovely friend Federico, who introduced us to Mendoza's really cool night time atmosphere where it is common to find people outside eating dinner at 2am.
We spent the following night in the ...
... to find the shopping mall I'd remembered from last time and changed the money. Mum pretended to not be with us as was worried about it being 'dodgy'. Unfortunately when we bumped into dad and Willie an hour later we'd managed to spend a chunk of it on ice creams, a belt and pretty jewellery sold by a handsome Argentinean. He'd also been to India so mum was smitten.... dad was keen for us to go change more money so I took him back to the shopping ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet