Hosteria La Estacion

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

Day 3 Continues...

A travel blog entry by bronteeann on Jul 06, 2015

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... be making a trip back there at some point in our adventure! Dinner was once again excellent and we were lucky enough to welcome a few new members to our house today! Tomorrow we are headed to Quilotoa Lake "a las siete de la mañana" (at 7:00 in the morning)! Better get in some sleep before Reggie (the rooster wakes up)! Beunos Noches! (Goodnight!) P.S. Sorry more photos will be posted on Facebook, these ones were the only ones taken on my ...

Connections and the Contrast of Cultures

A travel blog entry by karenmaker on Jul 04, 2015

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... and requires no understanding of language. We learn that the Ecuadorian passion for music has very ancient roots, with flutes and drums discovered going back10,000 years. On our first tour of Quito we visit the Sinamune School, a private institution for 75 teenagers and adults with musical talents and physical and mental disabilities (including cerebral palsy and autism) to hear the Sinamune Disabled Children's Orchestra. This ...

Summary

A travel blog entry by jackie.laba on Jul 02, 2015

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... was an exam day. I ended up rescheduling with Sebas, I was in no shape to go anywhere except work (and even that was debatable). I wasn´t up to doing anything active. I had difficulty with just making sure they didn't cheat. I found ginger ale at Merkato's (the tienda across the street from Araucaria) and sipped on that while I was substituting for Carly. So, yay, extra money, but it was rather uncomfortable.

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Not so quaint Quito

A travel blog entry by kevandjen on Jun 25, 2015

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... Plaza Central. The president does not reside in the building as previous presidents did. He has chosen to live in the city with his family instead. At the government buildings, the portal gallery can be entered individually and it is possible to see the ceremonial guards from close by and watch the change of the guards, which happens every Monday at 11:00. For excursions to the interior of the palace one needs to make reservations. We snapped away at the guards and were lucky ...

On Top of the World

A travel blog entry by nellieva on Apr 03, 2015

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... which brings people high above the city for 360-degree views over the plateau. It only runs, however, in good weather, which evidently means it is closed more than it is open. The severity of thunderstorms in the area puts it at particular risk. Upon seeing the bright sun, we threw on clothes and headed down to breakfast. We were pleased and surprised to run into nearly the entirety of our tour group in the breakfast lounge. We chatting and ...

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