Journals Mendoza

Gangsters Paradise

Created by SeenThat on November 6, 2008 Best of IgoUgo

3 Reviews
2 Stories

Being an IgoUgo’s Hot Destination, I made a detour to Mendoza while traveling in Argentina, and found not exactly what I was waiting for.

Mendoza for Budget Travellers

Created by Robert Raymond Ingledew on March 17, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

1 Review
5 Stories

I already mentioned in another report the sky-high prices of Las Leñas, a beautiful ski resort. Mendoza is an important city, and does not have those excessive prices, but still is more expensive than Mar del Plata, Bariloche or Iguazu. Here are some tips for saving money.

Mendoza The Road Up to the Andes

Created by Robert Raymond Ingledew on September 24, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

1 Review
4 Stories

This tour is a thrilling experience. There are vineyards, you border the Mendoza river for many miles, the Uspallata valley, visit historical places, the thermal waters al puente del Inca, the penitentes ski center and chair lift and finally the Aconcagua, that is 23,500 feet high.

The Atuel Canyon, San Rafael, Mendoza

Created by Robert Raymond Ingledew on September 24, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

2 Reviews
3 Stories

I visited the Atuel Canyon for the first time in 1967, and was fascinated by its beauty. It resembles the scenery of some Far West movies. I walked ten miles along the canyon, trying to fish trout, and really enjoyed the scenery.

Valle del Sol, Mendoza (on the way to Vallecitos)

Created by Robert Raymond Ingledew on October 8, 2006

1 Review

I was on my way to Las Leñas, and had a free afternoon at Mendoza, so I hired a taxi for 30 dollars and set off to the Vallecitos ski center. The road was blocked by the snow, but I really enjoyed the trip.

Restaurant La Cima - Las Leñas (Mendoza)

Created by Robert Raymond Ingledew on October 2, 2006

1 Review

If you every want to really enjoy the scenery while you are eating, this is the ideal place where to eat. Conveniently located half a mile away from the village, with a fantastic panoramic view.

The Andes, Vineyards, and Lots of Sunshine

Created by Robert Raymond Ingledew on September 23, 2006

1 Review

I lived three and a half years in Mendoza and really enjoyed it, but due to work I had to emmigrate to Buenos Aires. It is the land of sunshine, vineyards, and of the highest mountains in the American continent.

A Prime Ski Center

Created by Robert Raymond Ingledew on September 20, 2006

1 Review

Las Lenas is the most modern (and most expensive) ski center in Argentina. However, prices vary drastically from July to august and drop further as from September. It is a paradise for those who love ski (you can come down 7 miles at one time), it is small but beautiful.

Mendoza, the Wine Paradise

Created by elwaton on July 27, 2005

1 Review

Many travelers sometimes search for great places or experiences, but they forget to explore their own locations. As someone who lives in Mendoza, I'm quite impressed with the amazing growth of wine country hotels, posadas, and wineries with lodging that my town offers.

Andes - Ruta 7 Chile-Argentina

Created by DaviesUK on March 14, 2005

1 Review

Ruta 7, from Mendoza to Chile across the Andes, is a fantastic, must-see journey. Follow in the footsteps of San Martin the Liberator, whose 3000-men march across the Andes helped free Chile and Peru 200 years ago!

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