Today I'm going to post something about Mendoza, which is an Argentine province located on the eastern side of the Andes. It's a wonderful city with wonderful mountain, and it has the highest mountain in the whole western hemisphere, the Aconcagua. There you can go horse riding, climbing, rafting, etc.
I had the opportunity of travelling there two years ago with my grandparents, and I just loved it. I was very surprised because I hadn't seen mountains before (only in photos). I remember I took a photo of a every mountain I saw and my grandma would tell me 'Don't you think you've taken enough photos?' It was a great adventure; we went to the Cerro de la Gloria, which is the most important monument in the province. The town centre was great: you could walk on the main street and at the end of it you could admire those wonderful mountains.
I'll show you some photos so you see how wonderful this Argentine province is:
View from Cerro De La Gloria looking east towards Mendoza. Photo by: longhorndave
In this photo you can see the Aconcagua. It's wonderful, isn't it? Photo by: longhorndave
Over those mountains is Chile. Photo by: longhorndave
Entrance to San Martín park. Photo by: Pablo H
If you want to see more photos and know more about Mendoza, wisit the Wikipedia link.
Hope you enjoyed the post as much as I enjoyed posting it.
What do you think about this place? Have you ever been here? Or have you ever visited some place in Argentina?
Tuesday, 2 March 2010