Hosteria La Estacion

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

Mountain Biking down a volcano - awesome!

A travel blog entry by badgers07

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October 4th 2007 - Day115 A quick stop at the panderia on the way to the bus station we picked up a few biscuits for the road which crumbled in the bag within seconds but we were told by the man that we had to be careful with them as they were delicate! After the 6 hour bus journey the bus driver dropped us way out on outskirts of Riobamba instead …

Killing time with wine

A travel blog entry by harrisbrown

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Simon: Checking into the Hotel 'La Estacion' in an ultra cheap $18 room, Alisonīs consumerist tendencies led us out into the shops. I soon realised that we would be foregoing the comforts of an upmarket retreat for the paint peeling walls of our habition in order that Ali could have that new labour-saving set of ceramic hair irons. I knew, however …

CAPTAIN SLOG STARDATE 43.14

A travel blog entry by captain-slog

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... them a trade. What an excellent idea!!.

Raoul also warned us about walking through the parks of the city - not something any sane single girl would consider. Apparently muggers hide in the trees and drop down on their hapless victims from the foliage.


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El Mitad del Mundo

A travel blog entry by shender

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... we took the elevator to the top for a very nice view of the area. Almost an hour of free time gave everyone time to explore.
On to the Pululuahua Volcano for viewing and lunch at a restaurant overlooking the crater.
This volcano last erupted around 2500 years ago, leaving a 13-square-mile caldera of fertile volcanic soil and three large lava domes. The crater is home to orchids, bromeliads, ferns ...

Day 38

A travel blog entry by destined2travel

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Buenos Dias everyone!! Our first day in Quito, Equator!! What a culture shock!! We go from warm Caribbean air and rooms that you can open the doors and hear the ocean waves crashing on the shore to being in a city, in a small basement room, not understanding the language and 66° weather! Paco and Elena warn us not to be out at night and seem to be very protective of us. We get to go into town today, ...

     

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