Villa Colonna B&B

Address: Benalcazar 1128 y Esmeraldas, Quito, 00000, Ecuador | B&B
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This B&B, located on Benalcazar 1128 y Esmeraldas, Quito, is near Basilica, Bellas Artes, Laguna Cuicocha, and La Virgin del Panecillo.
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    Energetic Ecuador

    A travel blog entry by carlstravelblog on Apr 02, 2015

    ... currently use the US dollar.

    I also rode the Teleferico to an elevation of 4,000m high for a view over the city of Quito. I did this with my German friend Annkathrin. It was interesting walking at this altitude and having clouds come right through us like cold gusts of wind. You did get some really good views of the city and the mountains as well as the weather changed incredibly quickly up there!

    I also visited the middle of the world in Quito. It was fascinating ...

    Lots of Walking

    A travel blog entry by jackie.laba on Mar 01, 2015

    ... I get home.

    It was really quiet for Quito today; a lot of the shops and tiendas close down. There are definitely restaurants and things open, but they are much harder to find. And aside from the people in the park, there weren't many people in the streets either. Had a leisurely walk with my companions with a few stops for food. The restaurant at the corner of Amazones and Jorge Washington appeared to be good; I'll have to ...

    Quito and Middle Earth

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Feb 26, 2015

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    ... up. We arrive at the park and pay the entrance fee of $6 to,go inside the little town and be access the tower museum. We head directly to the tower to get the typical tourist snaps standing either side of the equator. Now for the record, this isn't the actual equator line. It was equator line calculated out back in the 1700s using technology available but the actual line was a further 240m or so North of there which was found using exact gps ...

    Old Town & The Equator(s)

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Jan 24, 2015

    ... s significance. I was with two Argy's and a Portugese girl, so they were all fluent in Spanish, but were kind enough to have the tour done in English for my benefit. One of the tribes (that are still around) don't wear clothes. However they live in that part of the Amazon you here the stories about: don't pee in the river or little microsopic fish will swim up your urethra and umbrella out up there. The thought never fails to make me squirm. To conteract this the men of ...

    Sunday in the Park, Volleyball and Demons

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Jan 11, 2015

    ... cooking and taking orders – not a word of English. We try to communicate, for a few minutes, but it is all laughter to near tears. The customers are laughing, Momma is laughing and finally Momma calls her 12 year old daughter. It becomes even more funny. The youth is looking at this bald, wrinkled, tall, scrawny old man who might as well be from another planet and trying not to burst into laughter as he offers her his few words of Spanish. Meanwhile Momma is holding ...