Hotel Francia

Address: Calle Francia 248, San Rafael, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, M5600GGF, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Francia 248, San Rafael, is near Bodega Valentin Bianchi.
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          Travel Blogs from San Rafael

          Frozen Grapes

          A travel blog entry by mccorkamule on Apr 26, 2012

          11 photos

          ... own olive oil, which is delicious.
          First time I've seen olive trees:) It rained a bit so we couldn't play tennis.
          They have 7 clay courts and one other grass. For a nice surprise, we hung out with
          a mama and her 6 cute, closed-eye puppies. The mom was spoiled by all the
          guests, eating bacon and filet! Sometimes the mom would roll on one of the pups
          and we would have to pull it out from under her.


          My Argetinian home!

          A travel blog entry by ciarab on Apr 28, 2011

          6 comments, 17 photos

          ... We unloaded the car, pottered around for a bit and then the guys started up the fire while I enjoyed the sunshine and incredible views. It was such a beautiful and peaceful place with only the odd Sunday drivers stopping off to drink a Mate.
          {Mate is a a traditional South American infused drink (kind of like tea) which is prepared by steeping dried leaves of Yerba Mate in hot water. Itīs served in a round cup like vessel and drank through a metal straw. Drinking Mate ...

          Won't try for free, (in) Argentina

          A travel blog entry by neilvshelena on Mar 08, 2011

          ... The Argentinians seem to speak a lot faster, possibly commensurate with their Italian influence (the ice cream is genuinely amazing, once you've persuaded someone to sell you some). Finally there is a certain Argentinian demeanour, characterised by a mordant visage and a mild case of "computer says no" ****-youness. I admit the generalisation: there are quite a few lovely people here. Just, it seems, not as many as in Peru or Bolivia. ...

          Trekking, biking and wine tasting

          A travel blog entry by sionedworldwide on Jan 27, 2011

          129 photos

          ... us that morning, Juan suggested to walk down another hour to Puente del Inca. My feet and ankles were killing me by then but why not?! We started walking down the road then Juan took us down onto an abandoned railway track, really good fun. We arrived at Puente del Inca just in time to see the famous natural bridge where there used to be a thermal spa resort in the 40s. One last thing to do: celebrate having made it up and down (alive): Cerveza.
          We didn’t get ...

          Wine capital of Argentina

          A travel blog entry by fauna5 on Oct 14, 2010

          1 comment, 21 photos

          ... riding on the success of its good review in the Lonely Planet 3 years ago and had not done anything since. Although the staff were nice when they were around, it was very dark and empty and we didnt feel like we could touch any surfaces without washing our hands afterwards. After two nights we managed to move to our preferred choice of Empedrado which turned out to be the best hostel we stayed in.

          Once settled we had a little wander around town. ...