Mendoza

As temperatures are droppping down and fall is settling in, we’ve decided to visit Mendoza and its region.
Mendoza is the 4th biggest city in Argentina located at the foot of the Andes. It took us less than 2 hours to fly there.
From the Terraza Mirador located on the rooftop of the City Hall, we enjoyed a nice panoramic view of the city, its wide avenues and elegant plazas. La Plaza España is worth well the visit with its great mosaïques but one day is more than enough to stroll the entire city.
You got it, we haven’t been amazed by the city of Mendoza but the rest of our trip was absolutely stunning…

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Alors que l’automne pointe son nez, nous avons profité d’un long week end pour visiter Mendoza et sa région.
Mendoza est la 4ème ville d’Argentine située au pied de la Cordillère des Andes à moins de 2h de vol de Buenos Aires.
De la Terraza Mirador située au dernier étage de l’hôtel de ville, nous avons pu apprécier une vue d’ensemble de cette ville aux larges avenues et aux agréables parcs. Une journée suffit amplement pour se promener d’une place à l’autre, la plus charmante étant la Plaza España et ses magnifiques mosaïques.
Vous l’avez compris, Mendoza ne nous a pas éblouis, mais le reste de notre périple fut un véritable enchantement…

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The City Hall

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Plaza España

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Plaza de la Independencia

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