Le Terrada Suites

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Calle Terrada 1668, Perdriel, Mendoza, 5509, Argentina
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Forum Posts

swinging

by poppe7

Does anybody know any swingersclubs in or around Mendoza?
We will visit in the summer and would like to go to one of those

Re: swinging

by puppis

I cant answer that, but considering how conservatives are in provinces to the west of the country, you shouldnt find one. Ladies houses, ok, and locals with the official wife and "the other", ok.

Re: swinging

by Gaspar&Floppy

Well, people here are conservative, but we have our local swinger club.
www.demianhouse.com.ar

Re: swinging

by poppe7

thanks for the reply
So there's only one club that we know of?
you don't happen to know something closer to San Rafael?
Currently we live in an extremely conservative area and we're surprised at the huge number of people active in the lifestyle,I understand a lot of argentine men are quite macho but i suspect there are more people involved then you would think....................

Travel Tips for Mendoza

The wines of Argentina

by Bjorgvin

The province of Mendoza is the most important wine-producing area of Argentina. It produces 90% of wines likely to be exported. The plantation of the Argentinean vineyard goes back to the 1560s, when Spanish conquistadors brought with them Spanish grape varieties. Now European grape varieties make up a large volume of vines; Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Syrah, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc, Riesling, Sauvignon, Sémillon. Look out for wine growing companies like Goyenechea, Luigi Bosca, and Trapiche. These producers and many other make world quality wines. Every year the grape harvest festival, the Fiesta Nacional de la Venimia, is held in the city of Mendoza (end of February and the beginning of March), where the queen of wine is crowned.

http://www.promza.org.ar/export/ingles/m21.htm
http://www.vinosonline.com/goyenechea.htm
http://www.luigibosca.com.ar
http://www.trapichewines.com/index.htm

Puente del Inca

by mindcrime

One of the famous natural sights of Argentina! This amazing natural stone bridge looks like this because of the warm sulfuric waters of the Rio de las Cuevas that runs under there. There used to be a spa hotel many years before in the area you can see at the background of the photo but the hotel close down after a flood that killed many people. It was amazing thought because even when it was fully covered by snow the customers of the hotel they could walk under a tunnel close to the river and use the warm waters. There is a plan to build a new hotel, this time from the other side of the bridge (the one the visitors stand and take pictures of the bridge)

There are a lot of legends about the bridge, most of them about an Inca prince that was ill and his father brought him there to save him because he was told the waters was magic. Another story says that the bridge was made by the heads of the servants of the Inca king!

Puente del Inca is high at 2750m, 180km away from Mendoza and there is a bus that will take you there. You have to check out the return times though so not to spend the night up there! I used an organized tour up in the mountains and the transport to Puente del Inca was part of the package.

Aconcagua Viewpoint, on the cheap

by vinoymi

You can visit the viewpoint trail, it costs about 25 pesos to get in the gate to the park for a foreigner. It is a half-hour walk, and if it is clear you can get a good view of the top. There will be snow and it will be cold, so dress very warm.

The trail, beyond, to the base camps are closed from ealry May to late Novemeber.

On July 1, which is a Thursday, you could catch the local mikrun bus, Espresso Uspallatta (EUSA) from the terminal (ticket booth south side) at 6 am (it leaves at 7 am on Weekends and Holidays). You would arrive there about 10:20 am, do the trail, and then walk the half hour down to Puente del Inca to look at the natural bridge and hot srings. The bus returns from both the park gate and Puente at about 4:40 pm. The cheap way to go, or you could take a tour.

Buen viaje.

Basilica Church and the San Francisco Convent

by mindcrime

The Basilica del San Francisco was built 1875 in a renaissance style and although there are older churches this is the oldest church of the new city, after the big earthquake of 1861.

I wasn't impressed by the church so much but this church is famous because the main altar holds the original image of Nuestra Seρora del Carmen de Cuyo, What's more, in the mausoleum of the church lie down San Martin’s daughter, his son in law and his granddaughter.

Again in Potrerillos lol! The...

by Lunita

Again in Potrerillos lol! The color of the water is very nice, as the water comes from the mountain (brown), stops there in the dam, you can see it blue, perfect and clean,its beautiful watch mountains like beginig form the water, very nice!See the diference in the pic??

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