Arapey Thermal Resort and Spa

Termas del Arapey, Salto, Uruguay | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Termas del Arapey, Salto.
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    Travel Blogs from Salto

    A Funny Little Country

    A travel blog entry by mattlee18 on Jul 19, 2014

    ... he was nice enough and we managed to communicate in a mix of broken Spanish and English. He even took Grafite's number so his brother who was an English teacher could send us a text and potentially meet up in Salto; the Uruguayan town we were heading for. Unfortunately we had to decline Alberto's offer of a Saturday morning kick around as we were on a bit of a tight schedule with buses to catch.

    The border crossing was once again straightforward, ...

    Punta del diablo to Igazu

    A travel blog entry by andresturner on Jan 19, 2014

    ... only day there were no buses...We found out there was a collectivo bus that (for free) takes you to the water park, 15k outside of town, and right next to the border with Argentina. We got dropped off near the waterpark, and walked to the bridge, which is really a hydroelectric dam for Argentina. There, we hitch-hiked across the dam, and to the border crossing office for both countries. Stamped ...

    Week 5 - the other 'guay!

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

    4 photos

    ... what he did in Argentina and be said he was a mountain climber. Score, I can talk to him about mountain climbing, and rock climbing. I told him that I used to take kids out on climbing trip and be was stunned, called me a professor. So I asked him what he did. He said he just climbed mountains. That was another red flag for me. Mountain climbing is t a job, it's a hobby. He didn't say that be worked for the forest service or that he took people on trips. I suppose he could be this ...

    WOW! - This Water is HOT!!!

    A travel blog entry by trekamerica on Nov 22, 2011

    1 photo

    ... equipped
    state-owned and private hot spring resorts, such as Arapey, Dayman or
    the Horacio Quiroga Hotel Spa, which offer splendid days of quietness
    and relax for lovers of health tourism. Important hotels, chalets and groups of bungalows lie in the surroundings of the hot spring waters, which causes these places to be more easily and frequently visited.

    Children may also have fun and enjoy the properties of the water in the ...

    Salto - Uruguay

    A travel blog entry by phil-marie2010 on Jun 06, 2011

    1 comment, 9 photos

    We arrived in Salto at 6pm and it was raining. We didn't have anywhere booked so we decided to get a taxi to the Hostelling International chain of hostels as it was our safest bet at finding a room. Once we arrived there was a sign on the door saying 'repairs closed’ so we had to walk in the rain to find somewhere else. We walked along Calle Uruguay the main street in the pooring rain. All the shops and restaurants were closed, as ...