BoRyan asked Carrie and I if we wanted to travel in Mendoza, Argentina with him.
So, for our last weekend in Argentina, we decided that we would leave Buenos Aires and head to Mendoza.
Why go to Mendoza? Because Mendoza is wine country: Argentina’s equivalent of Napa valley.
And when in Rome, you do as the Romans, right? Well, when in Mendoza, you do as they do… which means enjoying wine.
We’ll be adding pictures and text stories soon, but for now you can watch this video if you’d like to see what it was like in Mendoza, Argentina, (and to see how we got there).
We visted the following wineries:
Domaine St. Diego Winery
Achaval Ferrer Winery
Ruca Malen Winery
Clos de Chacras Winery
Restaurante Tapiz Winery
As well as
and the Plaza Italia Bed and Breakfast
We took Andesmar Bus company to get from Buenos Aires to Mendoza and back again. It saved us about $300 over flying, and was pleasantly surprising to find it very comfortable.
(More text and pictures coming soon.)