M32***23My wife and I stayed in the middle of the Uko Valley for three days. The amazing wine and the gracious people give people an indescribable beauty. We live in Tupungato in Casa de Huespedes Finca La Azul. Taste quality wines at Bodega La Azul and the related Resto La Azul restaurant (lunch), and have dinner at the nearby Guest House (Casa...). We also had wine tastings at SuperUco, Salantein and Andeluna. We bought locally produced walnuts, almonds and dried peaches. We like the amazing Argentine cuisine, olive oil and olives.
乐天的静There are many comments about how beautiful this park is and how suitable for picnics, and this place is really suitable. And this comment is mainly about this park is a very suitable place for exercise. You can walk, run, ride a bicycle, and row a boat. This park can inspire you! To be honest, there are many people in this park who are exercising, but they are actually inspiring you. This park is so beautiful, it can make you forget that you are actually in the center of Mendoza city. Those who are on vacation, if you read this review, you can go to the park for a few hours, bring a book, go for a walk, rent a bicycle and ride a few laps. Don't just sit in the hotel, go outside and enjoy the nature of Mendoza, eat barbecue and have a Malbec, and recharge yourself.
乐天的静The museum is under reform but they still give a very nice and free tour of the foundations of city and the plaza around it! Very informative and very interesting! I think it was nice of the museum to think of an alternative tour while under construction! The tour guide was very knowledgeable and gave us very good information about the city! Sure would come back to see the the exposition!
乐天的静The scenery here is simply amazing, more beautiful than I have experienced in almost any place in the world, including Colorado. The only problem is that you have to deal with Argentine drivers on your way from Mendoza. They really have no rules at all when driving. Anyway, we can't realize that they have any driving rules. So if you want to visit here, it is best to find a tour guide to follow, or just follow a group. We signed up for a group, about 200 Argentine pesos per person. The best way to pay is to take US dollars or Euros to the bus parking lot, and then wait for someone to ask you: "Do you want to pay back?" As far as last week, the official exchange rate was 5 Argentine pesos to 1 U.S. dollar, but the actual market exchange rate almost reached 7.75 Argentine pesos to 1 U.S. dollar.
137***66On September 17, 2019, we rented a car from San Diego and drove here. The driving process was more difficult, because some of the roads close to the scenic spots were narrow and near cliffs. The weather was fine on the day we set off, and we walked another 4 kilometers after we stopped. I really like the scenery here, and I feel that everything is worth it.