La Casa de Eliza

Address: Isabel La Catolica 1559, Quito, Ecuador | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Quito

Cars in Quito - Not Recommended

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

... who picked us up in his vehicle. Seat belts don't seem to be a high priority here. Unlike the taxi we took to get to the picnic, I could find the seat belt, but no one seemed to use them. The children didn't even have proper seats, sitting in Camilla's and their mother's lap. Paola, the granddaughter, especially seemed uncaring about her safety, standing up against the dash in the passenger seat. I was more than a ...

Nothing day

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Feb 27, 2015

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Today we had the alarm set to get up early and attempt the Volcan Pinchincha hike. But after we tried getting up, we realised we are both still battling the altitude and Leeshs cold has not improved enough to tackle the hike up to 5000m above sea level. So we have a nice sleep in, before we attempted to start a slow day. However, we receive an email from the hotel we had booked for our anniversary saying our card had been denied, despite using it ...

Wandering in Quito

A travel blog entry by mmmike on Jan 13, 2015

... if she should try to get her hair trimmed so, when we came across a modern-looking hair and beauty salon (with no customers) we decided to enquire. It turned out that the young hairdresser woudl cut Anne's hair for USD4 (about GBP2.70) and 15 min later - with a bit of basic Spanish and sign language she had made a good job of it. Then, close to the hotel we came across a pavement counter selling chips, sausages, hamburgers and fried eggs; we decided to sample ...


A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Jan 12, 2015

... for decades returning to Brazil once in a while to check her properties. She was here for the Tao. The master was in the room and she called him over and we talked - her with poor hearing doing the translating; me speaking very loudly. He was quite disparaging of his abilities – a ‘umbel man - but we talked and I was impressed with what they understand. She exhorted him to demonstrate some postures – this was after my meal was finished ...

Moving along

A travel blog entry by ktowell on Jan 10, 2015

1 comment, 13 photos

... a gilded, flowered washbowl and pitcher perched on a curvy stand and a purple fainting couch. The bedside lamp was an old bronze sewing machine with toile flowers blooming out of the top, a lightbulb at the end of each branch. When Guy opened up the purple wardrobe, he found a headless sewing bust, also painted purple, hanging inside.

There is, indeed, a game room, with an antique foosball table, an exquisite hand painted antique ...

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