Hotel Boutique Orilla del Rio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... us all we will see of Santiago this stop. We return later in our tour. On the plane again and finally we are able to catch some shuteye. After 36 hours of travel and 5 planes we finally make it to Guayaquil at 11.30 pm and a soft bed at the Hilton. All we see is the foyer and when we go out to take a photo we can't get back into the room as the key won't work. Down to reception for a new key and we are finally able to go to ...
... street and in shop/stalls selling every Every kind of food, livestock (lots of baby chicks ;-( - and everything you would possibly need for daily living. The streets are crooked, with huge gaps in the sidewalks, and crossing the street is definitely taking your life in your hands. Pedestrians DO NOT have the right of way here, so you learn to step lively pretty quickly!
Entrepreneurs were selling individual rolls of toilet paper to people who could not afford ...
... on the menus displayed and had to rely on pictures. After selecting one option, Jane thought that she had successfully communicated that she wanted Combo #2 without the pork chops. The bill ended up being the full price and the item was presented with two nasty looking slabs of emaciated, rubbery flesh covering the white rice and tablespoon of lentils. The only thing predictable was the ubiquitous $2 bottle of Pilsner beer. A skinny little cat was ...
... while now, but it’s about 90 degrees here in Guayaquil, so it’s very nice to have A/C.
I dropped my bags off in my room, hoped that no one would break in and steal them while I was gone, and left to find some food. There are tons of little bars and restaurants near the hostel, so I picked one and had a pretty decent dinner. I walked over to the mall from there, which is only ten minutes down the road and had a look for ...
... of the Malecon. This was a very modern building that had an extensive ancient
pottery collection although all explanations were in Spanish. We then tried to
find our way to the cemetery but half way there gave up because of the heat and
the area looked seedy, so headed back to our hostel. We decided to try another
Western favourite: Subway which while not as expensive was very ordinary. The
chicken was in cubes and tasted a lot like rubber.