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- Microwave in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAntinea Hotel Quito
Beautiful Boutique Hotel.
Room is cosy and beautifully decorated.
Staff is friendly and helpful.
Not too far from the tourist centre.
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Took taxi to Teleferico. Cloudy weather so couldn't see Cotopaxi.
When to Quito Historical Old Town.
Then when to the "Centre of the World" where the Ecutorial Monument is located.
After that, when to the Intinan Museum.
... was happening and he said there were 4 rooms, 2 doubles and 2 twin rooms and they were all booked. Finally the duty manager came back and said our room was ready. We didn't know what to expect, but the room had 2 beds and a bathroom so that was okay. We decided to eat at the hotel restaurant, so went back downstairs where we ordered a drink from the bar and asked for menus. Margot's menu was in Spanish and only listed food while mine was in English and included drinks but the ...
... say that the three things I hate most in this world are the Dallas Cowboys, ISIS, and Tony Romo specifically, so watching the Eagles blow that bad, on a RECORDING, really got me in a bad mood. Well, luckily I'm living the dream in South America on an epic voyage, so that made me feel a bit better. A few key highlights from Quito were walking around Old Town historic and government district during a reunion between the Ecuadorian, Brazilian, and Argentinian ...
... as Nazca Boobies, the first of these we had seen. Then to top it all off we saw the most massive dolphin pods imaginable. For about half an hour as we sailed along we saw hundreds and hundreds of Dolphins. It really doesn't get better than this. Cocktails on crossing the Equator once more and a final dinner and drinks with our wonderful new friends. Tomorrow our last morning before our journey back to ...
... the pandemonium that was the 'queue', we dismounted our backpacks, much to our relief, and the annoyance of those in our vicinity, with whom we were competing for 'that inch'. Although, let it be noted that the inches we needed were by no means everywhere. I am implying that it was squashed, and many locals were displeased with the luggage heavy gringos. Upon departing, it quickly became apparent that the line between the bus terminal and El centro had more stops than ...