Alston Inn Hotel
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We took a flight from Albuquerque, NM at 6 am and arrive at the Dallas airport at 8:45. We then take a flight to the Houston airport to Atlanta airport to Quito, Ecuador.
We had breakfast at the Sunport and packed food for the layovers.
We had 3 layovers and then landed in Quito. We then had lunch, dinner, and breakfast at …
... s head as nobody was properly acclimatized, but it was absolutely worth the amazing view of Quito. After the typical tourist photo session, the boys decided to stay on top of Pichincha and do the 2 hour hike up to 4700 m, while Miriam and I went back to Quito to look at the old town.
An amazing almuerzo for 2.50 $ and a 3 hour walk through the old town of Quito formed our afternoon.
We met up with the boys at the hostel to find out that Martin ...
... ever again. In a way, I would miss Quito I said to myself having had so much fun here the last three days!
We boarded our TAME flight at 8:30am which had a connecting flight in Guayaquil. Anxiously, I counted the hours and the minutes before we would arrive at the Baltra airport in the Galapagos Islands where a new chapter of my adventures was about to start! Yeahhhh!.
... to the wonderful chest cold I developed. The woman who sat next to me kindly asked for the sunroof to be shut for my benefit -- I could hear her say to the attendant that I was sick, as there was a pretty good draft coming in. Nice people, interesting bus ride.
Now Otavalo, but that will be in the next blog entry, as this one is already long. I'm tired and many of you have wondered why I haven't posted in a while -- so here's a post. Chao for now.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlston Inn Hotel Quito
Basically I would say that this is an ok hotel, I only booked here because my trip started here, and I would stay elsewhere if I returned to Quito.
The only good thing is the high speed internet, as the staff just don´t really care at trying to understand less than perfect spanish
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.