Hotel Alta Vista

Address: Ella Wellawaya Road, Ella, Sri Lanka | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Ella Wellawaya Road, Ella.
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      Travel Blogs from Ella

      Hill country

      A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Aug 22, 2014

      194 photos

      We spend the day in the bus (oh joy) and arrive in Ella, which is incontestably the most touristic place we have seen so far. We treat ourselves to a western dinner (salad and pizza) and I feel my body renewed thanks to eating all those vegetables. I do not mean to say the local food is bad, on the contrary, but I have recently grown almost allergic to rice and Asian spices. This is certainly due to the fact I know precisely when I will be able to go back to ...

      Ella

      A travel blog entry by jgazz on Jun 09, 2014

      21 photos

      Beautiful Ella was our escape from the beach and more particularly the surf. We were told the real Sri Lanka lied in the hill country so off to Ella it was for us. Several buses later with the wonderful help of the Sri Lankan people we arrived in the small town of Ella, consisting of 2 streets it wasn't hard to get around. It was nice to escape the heat and the place we stayed at had the more extraordinary views. Rolling mountains ...

      Tea Country- Ella

      A travel blog entry by kyley on Apr 30, 2014

      23 photos

      ... pictures and chatting to other tourists, then the train pulled in and we found our car and piled in.
      Unfortunately the ticket man either messed up or was being cheeky, because he gave us three non-window seats :(
      In fact, my seat was at the front of the car and on the aisle, so my view was the wall in front of me.

      Yewande and I stashed our bags and set up camp at the end of the car, in the bathroom area, which has two doors that open so you ...

      Day Five - Train through the mountain tops

      A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Mar 27, 2014

      11 photos

      ... placed over your head with the bag hanging down your back. Hers was filled to the brim with tea leaves, I was shocked at the weight hanging over my head. The next quick stop was a huge waterfall situated right next to the main road. We got a few quick snaps then began our journey to Tissa. It was dark when we arrived at the hotel in which Saman had organised for us. It was more expensive than what we ...

      Ella've a place

      A travel blog entry by mothman on Mar 03, 2014

      7 hour or so train journey in first class to Ella. Second class reserved would have been fine. Plenty of space on non 1st class trains so probably no need to book in advance. Train journey was one of highlights of trip with nice views (although not manay people working in tea plantations), people waving and sitting with legs dangling off the train in the doorway. I probablyspent more time in the doorway than in my ...