Casa Antucura Wine Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
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... the bike rental and museums. Than we walked to the center but the heat was quite "attacking" us. But still we went for Plaza Independencia were a big monument is in combination with a glorious fountaines one of it the water is reddish coloured. As so many people were killed. We had a lunch and looked around for a wine tour we maybe would like to do. Back at the hostel we had a time out as the heat really knocked us ...
... agenda as us so we shared experiences and plans for Mendoza and exchanged numbers and promised to report in on dinners and outings. We also promised to connect in Buenos Aires. After wine tasting we had special dinner plans for a closed-door restaurant, also known as a pop-up restaurant. Executive chef Angelo Gonzalez moved his Caribbean culinary expertise to his personal kitchen. Instead of dealing with the hassles and costs of a restaurant, he ...
... leaving him. What a jerk!
Our last stop for the day was at the Inca Bridge, which is a naturally formed bridge made of minerals. It was pretty cool looking, but you’re no longer allowed to walk on or near the bridge. After the bridge, we started heading back to Mendoza. It was a really long day, and most of the day was spent just sitting in the van, so it was a little boring. All in all, the tour was ...
... place was only for a beer and an empananda whilst we waited for the the tour to start in the 2nd place. The tour lasted about 1 to 1.5hrs and we walked through sections of the winery and ended up with a wine tasting session. Although the wine was nice, it was all a bit civilised for us. We are used to the Aussie style wine tasting where you walk in and crawl out! Argentina is also famous for the steak that they produce. Eager ...
... a boating lake (big enough for rowing competitions), a zoo and on Cerro La Gloria, a hill within the park is one of the most impressive war monuments we´ve ever seen! The monument is to honour the gathering of Argentinians to help the Chileans in their fight for independence from the Spanish. Once the forces were gathered they marched across the Andes to support the Chilean struggle.
That afternoon we went off on a wine tasting tour. We visited 3 ...