Los Naranjos Resort Spa Termal
Travel Blogs from Salto
... course so settled on just the rice and bread roll, even my adventurous tastebuds couldn't handle a savoury Swiss roll with bits of pickle and I'm not sure what else in.
We arrived at Concordia bus station in Argentina and booked our bus for about three hours later that morning for the short trip across the border into Uruguay. During our three hour wait we were joined by a Uruguayan man called Alberto who had been living in Bolivia for the past ...
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In Salto, there are buses that run daily to Concordia, AR (just across the border). We arrived on a ...
... from UC Davis in1991. (Note to readers, this makes him what? 45?) I asked him where he was from and he told me that he's originally from he United States of America but since emigrating to Argentina be hasn't been back so he was pretty much Argentinian. That was strange to me, I never tell people I'm from the US, I always say CA because saying I'm American is so vague. I especially tell other Americans I'm from CA. I thought he was a weirdo by put it out of my mind.
I then ...
... br> East. Besides, from Argentina, this district may be accessed from
neighboring Concordia through the international bridge of the Salto
Grande hydroelectrical dam.
The climate in this region of the country is very hot and humid in the
summer, with temperatures that reach 20° C and peaks of 36° C.
Salto is a booming tourist, productive, commercial and ecological
center. Its main attractions include ...
... small cup with the hot water in the flask, drinking it through the metal straw.
Having a dip in the hot springs was a nice surprise after a few cold days, especially as the pool was 39 degrees C. Maybe it was because it was midweek, but we didnīt see anybody under 60 at the resort. Ah well, into the jacuzzi for ...