Hotel Francia

Francia 248, San Rafael, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, 5600, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Rafael

Frozen Grapes

A travel blog entry by mccorkamule


... 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


... 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 ...


A travel blog entry by neilvshelena


Neil's inability to travel budget accurately is causing him all sorts of inner turmoil. As an accountant this kind of thing is what he had trained for years for, it should be easy. His whole life building up to this one opportunity to accurately predict the amount of money we will spend in any given week... Yet he keeps getting it wrong, but not in the good "yay we've got more money left than I thought we would" ...

Trekking, biking and wine tasting

A travel blog entry by sionedworldwide


... 11.30pm and when we arrived at the hostel a big BBQ party had already started. 2 options: go to bed after such a challenging day or join the party. Ermmm … Party time!!
The next day was dedicated to recovery.
We hoped to go to the wineries the next day but realised, just in time, that most of them were actually closed on Sundays. So instead we just walked round town a bit and found that Mendoza itself wasn’t that interesting but a great base to go and ...

Wine capital of Argentina

A travel blog entry by fauna5


... were expecting from the capital of wine in Argentina was a small town surrounded by vineyards and a backdrop of the mountains. In fact Mendoza is actually quite a big city with a lot of traffic and fumes. However the city centre had been designed with a huge central square called Plaza Indepencia and 4 satellite squares. We spent a nice afternoon wandering through Plaza Espana which had lots of Spanish tiles all over it, Plaza Italia which had a statue of two ...


This hotel, located on Francia 248, San Rafael, is near Bodega Valentin Bianchi.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding