Arapey Thermal Resort and Spa

Address: Termas del Arapey, Salto, Uruguay | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Termas del Arapey, Salto.
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      A short stop in Salto

      A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Sep 29, 2014

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      ... or pushbikes to fish the river! After watching a gorgeous sunset over the river, we ventured back to town to enjoy a delicious dinner of gnocchi (noqui, here!) as it is the 29th here - the traditional day for this meal, originating in a time when payday was on the final day of the month and hence a cheap meal was needed on the 29th!!

      The following day we took a local bus out to the Termas del Dayman, the 'hot springs' that the town ...

      Punta del diablo to Igazu

      A travel blog entry by andresturner on Jan 19, 2014

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      We decided to take a bus back to Montevideo, where the real hub of transportation is, in Uruguay. It ...

      Week 5 - the other 'guay!

      A travel blog entry by katie.nellie on Mar 09, 2013

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      ... I'm about tell you is from our first and only conversation, before I sat up all night watching over my sleeping Katie.

      Katie and i were resting, it was mid afternoon and we were waiting for the start of the football. Mountain Mike comes in and puts his bag on the bunk bed across from us. He does not speak to us, he does not look at us, but I do notice that he's all googly eyed. He pulled our bags away from the wall looking for a socket, which put my back up, you don't touch ...

      Iguassu Falls

      A travel blog entry by ecinbucks on Mar 03, 2012

      1 comment

      ... bags in flip flops. This was tricky and my good mood created my finding my way back to the hotel in a storm was quickly ended when I fell right on my bum outside the crowded hotel foyer! Never mind...

      Thursday started early to give us as much time as possible on the Argentinian side of the falls, which is known to be the more spectacular side. This is definitely true! Most of us opted to take a truck ride through the jungle followed by a speed boat right into the falls- this ...

      Hot springs

      A travel blog entry by sam_steph on May 18, 2011

      8 photos

      ... there was a few guys fishing.
      That night was the night bus to Iguassu. First we took taxis and drove to the Uruguay/Argentinian boarder. Crossing back into Argentina we then took a night bus to the Argentinian/Brazilian boarder. We couldn't stay on the bus instead we had to switch to a Brazilian van to take us across the boarder to Brazil Foz do Iguazu. An example of South American bureaucracy at ...