La Posada Colonial

García Moreno 1160, Quito, Ecuador | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Quito

    Colonial Quito

    A travel blog entry by wreckedagain2 on Jun 17, 2011

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    Having stayed the night at La Cigale, Cuenca (again), we had a lazy morning before getting a taxi out to the airport for our trip to Quito. We'd decided not to bus it this time, there were a few towns along the way that I'd like to have seen but with the rain we've been having lately, we decided to fly rather than risk landslides etc.

    The …

    Quito day 2

    A travel blog entry by fish54 on Aug 29, 2014

    Had a great day today. Catching buses was quite an adventure. First one we caught we were jammed in tighter than sardines! Dad got pushed in the last few cm by the disabled ramp closing on his legs - yes he has a bruise. And they tell you to beware of pickpockets on buses. There was no way a pickpocket could get his hand between people to get to your pocket lol guidebooks say you have to get a taxi to el panicello, so we did. High on one of the many hills there is a statue of ...

    Flight to Quito

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Jul 17, 2014

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    After breakfast and packing, David managed to book a shuttle to the airport with help of note at reception. Very few Colombians speak a foreign language even in the hospitality industry because tourism is still quite new to the country. It's no bad thing for David, forcing him to communicate in Spanish, albeit pidgen.

    The shuttle arrived at 10am and the friendly driver whisked us through the city to the airport in 30 minutes ...

    Quito and the wonderful Stanziola family

    A travel blog entry by burke1961 on Jun 01, 2014

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    ... after checking out the inside, getting to the tower ladders was pretty nerve racking as I had to walk across this rickety wooden plank the up some ladders that had seen better days..... bit freaky but the view was totally worth it.

    New Town
    Centro de Arte ContemporŠneo is probably my favourite museum I've visited in South America so far. There was this exhibition called through the mirrors and it was an alternative ...

    Student Comments- Austin

    A travel blog entry by wratravel on May 31, 2014

    ... invasive species like any other. They know that they are no different, no less dangerous, and no less harmful to the land that they loved so much. This is the kind of environment that allows for the animals and humans to hold a trust unlike any other part of the world. This is the kind of environment that promotes not only coexistence between species, but cultures within our own species. This is the very kind of environment that changes people abnormally fast. ...