Hosteria La Estacion

Machachi, Quito, Ecuador | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Quito

Quito was Neat-o, Until It Wasn't

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Jul 08, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... up on Wikipedia. I won't bore you with all of the particulars of what I visited, but I did see the President's residence, the Basilica, the Virgin del Panecillo statue, Plaza Grande, the San Francisco Church, and the Iglesia de la Compania de Jesus, which is one of the most beautiful ornate churches I have ever seen. It is spectacular , although they charge you $4 to enter and THEN tell you that you can't take pictures of the ...

Lovely Night, Ancient City

A travel blog entry by zookeeperjosh on Jun 13, 2014

31 photos

... as preciously as the story of our own independence. The patriots, champions of freedom, are held to the highest esteem and still revered by the people to this very day. Essentially Ecuador, Peru, Colombia, Bolivia, and Venezuela were once united and known as "The Grand Colombia." It is this united force that defeated Spain and won freedom for the colonies, however, power was too much for some to endure and the large South American country split into 5 because ...

On the Move… and meeting up with my Contiki

A travel blog entry by kate_5 on May 25, 2014

10 photos

... had since I arrived in Quito. I only woke up once at 2:30ish but went straight back to sleep until about 7ish. After getting ready for the day, Tammy and I ventured out to get some breakfast. The weather is amazing, blue skies and hardly a cloud in sight. It seems as if a lot of places are closed on a Sunday, however we ended up wandering down to Plaza El Quinde (or Plaza Foch as the locals refer to it), and found a place that was open and had breakfast there. We both ...

Exploring Ecuador (the first month)

A travel blog entry by kiri-ana on May 24, 2014

75 photos

... studios and art works (and buy things, if we'd had more money).

We continued our artsy day by walking about an hour to the Guayasamin museum. Guayasamin is the most famous Ecuadorian artist, who has a unique style of painting. He died about 10 years ago or so, and since Ecuador apparently doesn't have much of a public art collection, he decided to donate his house and all of his collections (of historic art etc) to the public, so that his house now serves as a ...

The adventure begins

A travel blog entry by delbr on Feb 27, 2014

3 comments, 2 photos

... waiting until it was time for our flight it was time to line up to board our flight. Next thing our names are called to go to the service desk along with a few others. The people in front of us asked why they were called and they were advised that it was an upgrade. We had our seat allocation changed as well. Quite an upgrade - shunted to the last seat in the plane and at least Cath's tv worked. Not the "upgrade" we were looking for. Anyway after another 3 ...

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