Hostal El Monasterio

Address: Aguirre 7-24 y Luis Cordero , Cuenca, Ecuador | Hostel
 
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal El Monasterio Cuenca

Reviewed by amelietravel

It´s nice to be home away from home

Reviewed Apr 24, 2011
by (1 review) , Panama Flag of Panama

the staff is super friendly, free WIFI and kitchen use, thy offer laundry service and all rooms are super clean. Make sure you get a room with a window!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hostal El Monasterio Cuenca

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Travel Blogs from Cuenca

Cuenca = Rain and Pollution

A travel blog entry by tmoore90 on Oct 12, 2014

5 photos

... get arrested and hung out to dry if it was one of us. So after sleeping most of our Saturday, we decided to spend the rest of the weekend seeing the much praised city of Cuenca. I am going to be straight with you. It's not great. Apart from the storm-dodging, it is very overpriced. There are no incredible attractions. And the pollution, well, we spent most of our time trying to breathe. Oh and we visited a museum about hats. Leaving this post on a high though, ...

Cute Cuenca

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jul 20, 2014

... the areas and significance. This inxas actually built their temples ontop of the original inhabitants' temples, the local tribe called Canaris. The Incas were here less than 100 years before leaving with the arrival of the Spanish in the 16th century.  The ruins are over a large area with evidence of baths, temples and housing with crops terraces as well. It was a cold, cloudy and windy day so once the tour was done we headed back to catch our buses back to Cuenca. Arriving back ...

Ecuador has it all, relaxation & adrenaline ru

A travel blog entry by jamesnange on Feb 24, 2014

10 photos

... face. Later that day we got a bus up to Mindo which took two hours. Mindo was really chilled out and peaceful, it was lovely, a real sleepy ghost town. There's lots of lovely hostels in the town and ours even had a pool, our first pool in 5 months, unfortunately it rained quite a bit while we were there so we didn't get to go in. The next day we decided to visit one of the butterfly farms in the town, which was really cool, the owner gave us a lesson ...

Our Journey to San Cristobal

A travel blog entry by 2014galapagos on Feb 16, 2014

5 comments, 13 photos

... magical.  Boulders lined the ocean floor, with fish everywhere: big and small.  I chased around some marine life with my camera, desperate to capture such exotic beauty.  I wanted to preserve the incredible experience.  I swam with a diamondback stingray, streamer hogfish, damselfish, different wrasses, convict tangs, an assortment of grunt species, and two sea turtles: a green sea turtle and a hawksbill.  My greatest experience was with ...

Cuenca, the end of Ecuador and Bogota

A travel blog entry by salsta17 on Dec 29, 2013

1 comment, 16 photos

... bumps, got taxi to our hostel then met Marieke, our friend from Montañita for dinner then headed for bed after. Slept incredibly badly, probably the altitude and the permanently itchy mozzie bites I got in Montañita. Annette and I went for breakfast in the place called Wild Horse Cafe which was run by Americans and had mostly American customers. It seems that, like Florida, Cuenca is a popular American retirement destination. Had porridge for the first time I left the ...