Crossroads Cafe & Hostal

Address: Foch 678 y Juan León Mera, Quito, Ecuador | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Foch 678 y Juan LeĂ³n Mera, Quito, is near Intinan Museum, Quito Historical Old Town Tour, Green Horse Ranch, and Museum of Modern Art (Museo de Arte Moderno).
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Travel Blogs from Quito

Camino in la cuidad

A travel blog entry by rischontheroad on May 30, 2014

3 comments, 9 photos

... that hit the city in the early 1800s. In one part of the city they found nobody alive except for one little girl wandering the streets. Poor girl!
After many wanderings I found a store selling an Ecuadorian soccer jersey. Ironically it looked to be mostly an underwear shop. There´s an amusing video of me purchasing the jersey for your enjoyment. (Note that I accidentally slip into Russian and say ¨da¨instead of ¨si¨at one point.)

Busy day!!

A travel blog entry by kendahlc on May 02, 2014

... the pastel colors of the buildings in the city are amazing. On the way up we ran into a guy who has two llamas to take pictures with and that's probably the most excited I've been so far the whole trip!! They were so soft and cute! We spent probably a good 20 min hanging out with Linda and Matteo before going up to another view point! After we took the gondola down we carried on to media de metad which is where the equator line runs. We just kind of wandered around ...

Goodbye our friend . . .

A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Mar 09, 2014

1 comment, 52 photos

... the occur in Guayaquil)! We generally don't use taxis, but this made up our minds, we were going to get there early to navigate the public transportation system before dark. It's advised to be locked down in your hostel earlier rather than later. The church we had contacted had booked us a room near the church, the public transport lines and a modern shopping centre, so transport and food were not an issue. Not many Gringos take the 'Trole Bus' and we did ...

Jungle Madness

A travel blog entry by smarieales on Jan 17, 2014

3 photos

... and attempted to swing on a vine he showed us. Unfortunately it seems I'm not quite Tarzan material, but it was a lot of fun. The largest thing we saw in the wild were a few bats in a cave, and a spider that was the size of my fist. We also saw a few giant termites' nests, which were a little bit bigger than the size of a basketball. I wish I could remember all of th plants and their uses that we learned about, but it was just too much information. One of the things ...

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