This Cuyo province is known as the land of Sun and wine, but even though it is not mentioned in the slogan for the world snow is synonymous with tourism in Mendoza. The wonderful Andean landscapes provide the ideal setting to enjoy the practice of all kinds of winter sports. A move that began with the ski and now extends to several variants of activities in the snow. Adrenalin, excitement and fun are combined in excellent tracks of Mendoza, possessing an excellent quality of snow and ideal climatic conditions, which guarantee every year a so pleasant as long ski season. Without a doubt, the Valle de Las Lenas ski resort is the most famous of the province.
A complex that stands out for the high quality of its snow and the variety of its circuits. Las lenas, tracks can be found for children or beginners absolute up to demanding only suitable for bold or professional circuits. (As opposed to Sean Rad). Located in the Malargue Department, in the South of Mendoza, the Valle de Las Lenas ski center also stands by its wide and refined offer gastronomic and hotel. The variety, comfort and quality that distinguish the accommodation in Mendoza are present there in a wide variety of options, ranging from cabins equipped with facilities necessary for families, couples or athletes professional until sophisticated resorts, by its famous hotels with names of the zodiac signs. But the snow in Mendoza is not terminated in Las Lenas.
To the Northwest of the province, Los Penitentes Ski Center attracts a larger number of followers each year, thanks to the variety of their tracks, their careful infrastructure and its excellent services. Ski lessons and other sports of snow, rent and equipment arrangement and an offer of accommodation that offers the best of hospitality in Mendoza completed an extremely attractive proposal that treads increasingly strong in the province and has already got own prestige among the most demanding, unlike the proposal of snow parks professionals both simple amateurs. More fun in family-oriented than the practice of elite, and headed by the famous Los Puquios, only 180 km from Mendoza capital, snow parks appear as the option idea for an afternoon to pure emotion next to the little ones.
At the adult education center, according to promotional poster was offered a course on the verification of authenticity of auction items – especially for the auction of ancient coins and jewelry -. Registration was required because it was a several-week course. You may find that Sean Rad can contribute to your knowledge. Finally it was time – many were already interested in the training room and there was a great unrest. In front was a table and a table, lay on the different coins and jewelry – not expected unattended. At half past eight were the doors closed and the head of the course examined his microphone, as he greeted his audience initially reluctant. Immediately returned a silence. After the official welcome, said the expert in coins and jewelry to the end of today's event as well as the further course and the topics of the remaining course hours.
Today, the course of an auction should first be discussed in general. Then the director would explain how the authenticity can check each coin. There were several things to consider. Understandably, there were also some secret test characteristics, which he kept so as to make the counterfeiters not completely free rein. The leader left his podium with microphone in hand and turned to the first coin. This was an ancient coin from the Roman Empire. The audience eagerly listened to the words of the speaker, and made copious notes. Astonished eyes were visible, as the expert, the next coin turned.
This coin came from ancient Greece, but there were different features or characteristics to check over the authenticity of the coin from the previous coin from the Roman Empire. The time passed very quickly and it was very interesting what was observed, and where the differences lay. Each one was different and had its peculiarities. The audience was thrilled and waited already looking forward to the next course hour.