Hostal Sandmelis

Address: Ave. Tomas de Berlanga E8-128 y Av. Shyris, Quito, 00000, Ecuador | 3 star hostel
 
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This 3 star hostel, located on Ave. Tomas de Berlanga E8-128 y Av. Shyris, Quito, is near San Francisco Church (Iglesia de San Francisco), Parque La Carolina, Parque Metropolitano, and Museo de la Ciudad.
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        Travel Blogs from Quito

        I Love Boobies!

        A travel blog entry by melstravels on Nov 05, 2015

        1 comment, 91 photos

        ... cheap! $14 for two pints and a giant salad. Agree with the 4.9 star rating: this place is great.

        On Fri 30th I'd registered myself for the free walking tour of Quito with Free Walking Tours Ecuador. Starting at 10:30 am the tour went for about 2 hours through the old part of Quito. The tour guide, Obi (like Obi-wan Kenobi – umm, how cool is that?!), was relaxed, interesting, knowledgeable and funny, and I enjoyed ...

        Markets and waterfalls

        A travel blog entry by julieashley on Aug 29, 2015

        8 photos



        Today I struck out on my own. Marcela had offered for a contact of hers to pick me up in his car, drive me through the countryside to the biggest markets in Ecuador, take me to a waterfall then a lake with a mountain in the background then home. Cost $100US. Now I know some of you would have definitely taken this option and I don't judge you for doing so. It's just that if I have a choice of battling with the ordinary citizens ...

        Crossing the boarder into Ecuador, then onto Quito

        A travel blog entry by joandnicksae on Aug 12, 2015

        33 photos

        ... the scenery changing to very organised agricultural lots, massive mountain ranges, & deep canyons. Now the people, many with the familliar indigenous features, & those with finer features, & much darker skin, who stood far taller.

        After lunch, there was still a long way to go, fortunately, we were treated to a 25km downhill ride, through the most awesome mountain pass, The Andes now beginning to tease us with their dominance, if this is a taste of ...

        Three churches in Quito

        A travel blog entry by thomasgillam on Jul 15, 2015

        1 comment, 84 photos

        We visited the Gothic Basilica Voto National, the Nathional Catherdal and Compania de Jesus. These three cathedrals were easily visited on foot. Lots of police o patrol along Venezuela Avenue between our hotel and the Basilica. Lots to see in ...

        Connections and the Contrast of Cultures

        A travel blog entry by karenandy on Jul 04, 2015

        33 photos

        ... of the indigenous Huaorani tribe. There are several other native tribes located in the nearby national park, like the Pichicui, that choose to have no contact with the outside world (the famed Shwar, or headhunter tribe, is located further south in the Amazon.) Our guide Winter (we are intrigued by a name such as this in a place that would have no understanding of this phenomena) serves as our expert on the jungle, with his knowledge ...