Fuente de Piedra 1

Address: Wilson E9-80 y Jose Luis Tamayo, Quito, Ecuador | Hostel
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    A travel blog entry by pema80 on May 11, 2015

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    Nach dem Frühstück haben wir die Möglichkeit uns auf beide Erdhalbkugeln gleichzeitig zu stellen. Dafür fahren wir zum beliebten Monument „Mitad del Mundo“. Im Museum „Inti Ñan“ wird uns mit interessanten Versuchen die Besonderheit dieses Ortes, der Erdmitte, näher gebracht. Nach dem Mittagessen begeben wir uns auf einen gef …

    Sunny Sally?!

    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Mar 29, 2015

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    ... we went outside to where there were about six different thermal pools, of varying temperatures, built into the hillside. The only other people there were the Ukrainians from our tour, and we had a good time moving with them from pool to pool. The outside air was crisp and dry -- around 60 degrees -- and the clouds which covered the top of the snowcapped Papallacta volcano parted long enough for us to get some pictures.

    After 30 minutes ...

    Cars in Quito - Not Recommended

    A travel blog entry by jackie.laba on Feb 28, 2015

    ... to talk to me (outside of people advertising their business).

    Deciding I'd had enough, I went to one of the cafe's open and people watched until Suleman finished and we went home.

    Next time I go out, definitely going with a group or at least someone to watch my back. Didn't get robbed or accosted, but never feel that comfortable with crowds to begin with. Being an obvious foreigner didn't help.


    Museums - Antiquities and Modern Art

    A travel blog entry by ironap on Feb 01, 2015

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... Guayasamin, an early cubist. His home and the adjacent Capilla structure (looks like a nuclear power plant and displays his enormous works) were built in 1978 and both are now museums. The exhibit includes his collection of fine furniture, pre-columbian art, several paintings by the European masters, and of course, his own canvases. His paintings are enormous and angry! They seem to channel Picasso's ...

    Sunday in the Park, Volleyball and Demons

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Jan 11, 2015

    ... A couple of lads on a bike might chase or buzz a couple of girls on a bike. Mammas and Pappas with kids. Lots of grinning and laughter.

    Soccer and volleyball I also spent time watching. Some of the guys were carrying a bit of chunkiness around the belly but played very well and with fierosity. There were several soccer games going on. One goalie was nothing short of incredible. When I first looked him over I thought they might have put him in goal because he was ...

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