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

      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 ...

      An Underrated City with a Wonderful Warmth

      A travel blog entry by jmabro on Apr 25, 2011

      29 photos

      ... me to go and talk to them but, I am pleased to say, this is my first case of such rudeness and, considering the age of the kids, more amusing than offensive really.

      We checked into our hostel, had a cup of T, got our map and a restaurant recommendation and set off to explore.

      They tourist information has an English speaker and he proudly told us of all the sites in and around Jujuy that we should visit, it was lovely to meet someone so proud of ...

      Into the Wild

      A travel blog entry by justinzellinger on Feb 14, 2011

      1 comment, 95 photos

      ... mind as well.
      There were many emotional ups and downs during our stay at Aldea Luna. It is sometimes difficult to work so hard, when it is not your own property, and there points when one or both of did not feel like going on. We perserveered however, and the up times greatly outweiged the down. At the end of each week you feel like you accomplished a lot and can actually see and taste the results from the garden. Also at the end of the week, we were able to share Shabbat ...

      Viva Argentina....Entering the land of the steak!

      A travel blog entry by thesmiths2010 on Jul 01, 2010

      15 photos

      ... was a toilet on the bus, a simple term “Con Bano” (with toilet?) she did not understand me and instead of just saying “yes” she looked at me like I was a piece of **** and spoke for the next 2 minutes in very fast Spanish. Chilean Spanish is definitely the most difficult to understand from all the countries we have been to and it was like going back to the first day we arrived in south America. This girl was ...

      Impressions of Argentina

      A travel blog entry by alyssaginsburg on Apr 09, 2010

      2 comments

      ... completely rotten :(
      As far as restaurant experiences, it is fairly different than what I am accustomed to. Service is not the same. Tipping is generally 10% for servers, but they do not do a lot of work. You have to ask for everything, and its really slow. Sometimes this is excellent when you dont want to be rushed, but is can also be frustrating when you do want to go and the bill takes 20 mins to get. The thing I ...