Casa Izabella

Address: 34 Via El Quinche, Quito, Ecuador | B&B
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This B&B is located on 34 Via El Quinche, Quito.
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    Birds, Dogs, Farms, Pigs, Cows and 'waygos'

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Mar 06, 2015

    ... as I walked.

    Down, down I went through a scene much reminiscent of something out of Merchant Ivory – A Room with a View – and back into the clutter of houses – and the dogs.

    The NUGGET is that the country dogs are not to be taken for the city dogs. In the park a few days ago two dogs were fighting. A policeman comes out of nowhere wielding a large baton (club) quite expertly. Several echoing blows to the ribcages of both dogs, ...

    One Week in Quito as of 2345 Hours

    A travel blog entry by jackie.laba on Feb 24, 2015

    ... s been irritating.

    Joined a larger group for lunch: Taren, Chris, John, Yvette, Jess and Emma at La Pasteria. John and I shared a margarita pizza with tomatoes. It was delicious; but the wait time was horrendous - even by my new Ecuadorian time standards (meaning 15-30 minutes late). I'd recommend it for the food, but the wait time and price make it a place I'm not likely to go back to. We arrived just in time for Spanish class. I feel like I did ...


    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Jan 28, 2015

    ... I am 69. It is a short trip to Otavola. His name is Elvis. We shake hands and say adios.

    A good day all in all. I spent a long time staring at the waterfall and the foliage and the distant hillsides – just being in the moment. No great amount of judgement, or planning, plotting and scheming just relaxing like a lot of the people at the park were doing.

    San Pablo is the lake above the falls and I put that on my list.

    I was rough on the dogs ...

    Flying to Rio Part 1

    A travel blog entry by mmmike on Jan 26, 2015

    ... what you'll read when your books are all in your checked luggage) their passenger fleet consists of 172 planes - most of them up to date Airbus aircraft, though his one was a slightly older A319.

    Thankfully the young man who checked us in was happy to take all four pieces of luggage and check them through to Rio. Our first stop on the two-leg flight was to be Bogota, Colombia - an hour and ten minutes flight North - before turning South-East to Rio. ...

    The Trip to Otavalo: Lluvioso but Smooth as Silk

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Jan 20, 2015

    ... like, Costa Rica, Mexico, Arizona. I’m not overawed by the looks of the countryside nor the towns, but it is what it is – and more important it is going to do what it does for me.

    Greener here, and you may have noticed in the title 'lluvioso’. If this kinda weather is going to go on for some time I may head for the coast. I could have this on Vancouver Island.

    I debark from the bus with deep puddles of water to ...

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