Los Naranjos Resort Spa Termal

Address: Ruta Nacional 3, Kms. 473.5 y 476.5, Salto, 50000, Uruguay | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ruta Nacional 3, Kms. 473.5 y 476.5, Salto, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Salto

    Klappriges Taxi, heisses Wasser & Sylvesterabend

    A travel blog entry by bjoern84 on Dec 29, 2014

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    Als wir an der Bushaltestelle standen, wussten alle Personen wann der Bus fährt obwohl es kein Fahrplan gab. Sonst heisst es einfach mal warten bis der richtige Bus kommt. Wenn man Pech hat, kann dies gut und gerne mehrere Stunden dauern. Dies macht nichts, weil hier in Südamerika die Leute immer Zeit haben und sich nicht stressen lassen.Der Bus war schon voller Menschen als wir eingestiegen waren. Doch unterwegs wurden immer noch Passagiere aufgenommen. Bei so ...

    A short stop in Salto

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Sep 29, 2014

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    ... discover very quickly, there is almost nothing to do in Salto!

    We managed to find a decent accommodation (seemingly student accommodation!) through pure luck (having spoken to an information centre we were expecting to have to pay up to $30/night which would have crushed our budget!) and, having checked in, spent the rest of the day exploring the very pleasant town and the area around the Rio Uruguay where many locals had ...

    Punta del diablo to Igazu

    A travel blog entry by andresturner on Jan 19, 2014

    ... FreeSans, sans-serif; line-height: 18.200000762939453px; background-color: rgb(254, 253, 250);">After a week in Punta del Diablo, we decided, for sure, that we would make it there. We had to see it. Now, the problem was, that the easiest way to get there, is by bus, direct, from Buenos Aires. I hate backtracking, and we did not want to take that hellish boat ride again...

    Week 5 - the other 'guay!

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

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    ... American. In 2008 I emigrated to the UK. I am not English, I'm not even British yet, but when I am it will only be on paper, at least for a long long time.

    2. South American hostels are overwhelmingly English speaking, usually not as a first language, but most non English speakers are taught English at school so it's a common language in an otherwise multilingual situation.

    3. Dead people make strangers uncomfortable

    4. I only had one conversation with Mountain ...

    Salto, Uruguay

    A travel blog entry by jordan_sarah on May 05, 2012

    8 photos

    ... So we headed out the next day and checked out the markets - on the way back we found the rest of the group playing soccer so we joined in (the waterpark was closed!). After soccer we had a fresh glass of fruit juice and got ready for another exciting night ...