Termas de Reyes

Address: RP 4 - Km 19, Termas De Reyes, Province of Jujuy, Northern Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on RP 4 - Km 19, Termas De Reyes.
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      Travel Blogs from Termas De Reyes

      See you Salta, hola Jujuy!

      A travel blog entry by dianeontheroad on May 14, 2011

      1 comment, 39 photos

      ... the outside and the inside. The cathedral was packed so neither Sergio nor I managed to get a pew but no worries. Instead of the traditional organ music, hymns were played on guitars which is more enjoyable to listen to, and the female singers' voices were heavenly! Salta is very catholic so what better place to experience Easter mass.

      April 25th was a sad day as my beloved PNE were relegated to League One after 11 years in the Championship... I felt ...

      When is a Swimming Pool not a Swimming Pool?

      A travel blog entry by jmabro on Apr 26, 2011

      8 photos

      We caught the local bus for an hour or so into the mountains to where we were expecting to find a set of pools described in the books and leaflets as "Hidden in the Quebrada de Reyes gorge, 18 km from the capital of Jujuy, the Termas de Reyes spa and its hot springs are an ideal place for relaxation and renewal. The rulers of the Inca empire once visited this area on a regular basis to bathe in the sacred waters ...

      Into the Wild

      A travel blog entry by justinzellinger on Feb 14, 2011

      1 comment, 95 photos

      We arrived at Aldea Luna on a Monday, which is the day of the week they request all of their WWOOFers to arrive. Our intention was to take the local bus from Jujuy heading north to another small town, however after waiting around the bus station as the sun came up we were informed that the bus would not be running that day. It is rainy season in this area and the previous
      night's storm had made the trip into the mountains too dangerous. We looked towards the mountains ...

      Viva Jujuy

      A travel blog entry by katewest on Jan 26, 2011

      10 photos

      ... pretty, but the most impressive thing for me was that I could be walking in the damp jungle only 3 hours drive away from the other day's trip to the cactus-filled desert. After the walk, our taxi driver turned up to pick us up again and we headed back to the bright lights of Jujuy.

      Feeling reasonably buoyant about my travels again, I booked myself on a bus to the border town of La Quiaca to head off on my own again and begin my journey into Bolivia.

      Doing the family rounds in Jujuy and Salta

      A travel blog entry by adz84 on Apr 14, 2010

      22 photos

      ... s 15th birthday in only 3 days.

      I made it to Jujuy on a Wednesday night and a couple of my uncles come to pick me up at the terminal. I stayed with one of my aunties and her family. As is the latin culture, a visit is always complimented with a meal (actually more like a feast), and multiply that by about 5 uncles/aunties which means a whole lot of food during my two day stay. I had a great stay in Jujuy enjoying time ...