Hosteria La Estacion

Address: Machachi, Quito, Ecuador | B&B
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      Quito & Cotopaxi, Ecuador

      A travel blog entry by slaw on Oct 21, 2014

      9 photos

      ... next day our flight to Lima wasn't until 6pm so we had most of the day free. Mark went on a free walking tour of Quito offered by our hostel but I just stayed at the hostel to rest. I still wasn't feeling great. I took it easy and at some point had to go find some food for lunch. Every street in Quito is either up or down so with the little exertion I had to use my symptoms started coming back: heartburn, shortness of breath, fatigue. Urgh. At the airport while we were ...

      Return to Quito

      A travel blog entry by trippers on Sep 25, 2014

      20 photos

      ... This pattern repeated itself every time the bus made a stop. At one of the stops a young man got on the bus with a pile of little books. He stood at the front and proceeded to give the passengers some sort of lecture. This went on for about 10 minutes while the bus moved along, and we were all a captive audience. Then he began to walk down the aisle distributing the books. Initially, we declined but, then, decided to take a book to see if ...

      Edu's birthday, the equator(s) & hiking Pichincha

      A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Aug 16, 2014

      49 photos

      ... to show victory - or for loved ones - where you'd wear them to remember/ show them off). The head on display was over 200 years old! Then we got to the real exciting part, the actual equator which is painted on the floor and then has some cool experiments dotted along it to try. A couple of these were balancing an egg on a nail (I did it so I now have a certificate as an Egg Master), trying to do the sobriety test/ walk in a straight line with arms out and eyes ...

      Quito sightseeing and traffic

      A travel blog entry by benschulz01 on Jun 11, 2014

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... to eat here. The prices are extremely affordable and the biggest plate of food which is like a sampler of a ton of food is less than $10. It would be like the equivalent of an entree at a typical chain restaurant in the US. The main difference is that all the food is prepared in house. No box mixes, no ready to eat, heated up in the microwave side dishes. All the products used in the preparation of the food come from Ecuador. So, everything is fresh. I was in the kitchen ...


      A travel blog entry by therapat on May 24, 2014

      ... bread and then you place an egg order- simple boiled, scrambled or fried. Then like 20 minutes later they bring 2 eggs- it's quite sad but the hotel is lovely despite the constantly barking dogs. We met up for orientation at 8am and then at around 10 headed to the "middle of the world" and inti nan museum... We learned all about shrinking heads and how they did it! The museum was interesting we saw how forces act ...

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