Casa Antucura Wine Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the highest peak in the Andes called Aconcagua. Anyway back to Mendoza! We rented an apartment through 'airbnb’ and we stayed with some really lovely Argentinians. Mendoza itself is a pretty small city, with a central square (called Plaza Independencia) and it seemed very tourist-orientated. It is one of Argentina’s most important wine producing regions, accounting for nearly two-thirds of the country's entire wine production. However like I said the whole region ...
Whenever visiting a city for the first time, we like to get an overview, whether by a bus or walking tour. With this in mind, we went into the city center to arrange for the hop-on/off bus tour.
After the necessary "blue market" money exchange, we decided to stop for lunch first at a very nice looking street-side cafe called "La Barca" that appeared very popular with the ...
... was that the Internet lied about how much this was going to cost. I hung on for dear life and started praying to Saint Christopher. After about 20 minutes, we stopped at a ramshackle collection of buildings and hailed a man who looked like Robinson Crusoe after he'd been stranded a few years. NC tootled merrily at him and he looked over. "I'm buying wine, one sec!" the castaway called. As the meter ticked over, he ambled towards us and my driver asked ...
... to midnight was an adventure in itself, but we were finally rewarded after consulting a policemen and made it back to our tent at around 2am, exhaustedly falling into a deep sleep. That was to be our last night's sleep at the campsite. The next day we woke with sore heads, packed our tent into our bags and headed into town. Our new home in Mendoza was the Chill Inn, located in the centre of town this hostel had a pool and really nice veranda and was run by an ...
... s family crypt which is more understated than you'd think. We then headed to Puerto Iguazu to visit Iguazu falls. This wasn't initially in our plan but after speaking to lots of different people every single one highly recommended to go so we listened to the masses and were soon on the 20 hour bus journey! This wasn't so bad as we (slightly) splashed out and bought the cama seats where they provide marginally better food but also wine, whisky and beer! As soon as ...