Hotel Piedras del Lago

Address: Porteiro de Flores 825, Federación, Province of Entre Rios, Litoral, Argentina | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Porteiro de Flores 825, Federación.
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      Concordia : our misery place...

      A travel blog entry by tmoore90 on Feb 06, 2015

      6 photos

      ... montant à retirer ... Mais rien à faire. Dépités, nous retournons à l'une pour essayer avec la carte bancaire de Terry mais je croise les doigts en introduisant la mienne une dernière fois. Je demande un plus petit montant et là miracle... Sausage utilise quand même la sienne pour qu'on ait plus de fond. (Il va d'ailleurs recevoir plus tard 10€ de frais, c'est la raison pour laquelle on ne s'en sert ...

      Close to Uruguayan border; got here from Iguazu

      A travel blog entry by lecklund on Mar 18, 2012

      2 comments

      ... a policia asked me where I needed to go, and was trying to help me. As it turned out, the bus is only every hour so i scrapped that idea and went on the hunt for a hotel for tonight. I am currently in the Concordia bus station for my one hour bus to Salto and we go through Customs again, this time on the highway not at the port. I found a reasonable hotel (Los Cedros for tonight) there was no hostel available. The old man at the desk though ...

      The end of Uruguay, or why couchsurfing can suck

      A travel blog entry by loganandkatie on Mar 30, 2011

      ... the very next day, but, I honestly don´t feel like I stayed in the country for long enough to say anything. From talking with my couchsurfing host in Montevideo and from my time on the bus I can pretty much say that the majority of Uruguay is just fields. My experiences with the locals (except for stupid couchsurfing lady in Salto) were nothing but excellent and the food was also excellent.
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      A day at the Spa...

      A travel blog entry by james_and_robin on Jan 25, 2011

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... had 4 beds and two rooms to choose from so we had our first bit of alone time in 3 weeks.

      There is only one thing to do in Salto and we only had one night booked so the plan was simple, head to the thermal spa! It was the perfect way to recover from the long journey and also to get the last of the sand out of every nook and cranny. There were a series of outside pools of which we had to ourselves and 2 more indoors. When we went inside, one pool had a handful ...

      Salto, UY

      A travel blog entry by jessi330 on Jan 12, 2010

      5 photos

      ... like it, so we bought it and I can't believe how expensive! 364 pesos Eucerin foot repairing cream ~$18. I still prefer my kerasal but my foot did stop hurting but I don't know if that was time or the expensive cream. Boo. If you have a favorite oinment or treatment, bring it with you! You never know how expensive or if it even exists abroad.

      We took a cheap bus to the outskirts of town, to the Termas del Dayman. The thermal waters of the town of ...