Apart Suites Hotel

Address: Bolívar 6-50, Cuenca, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on BolĂ­var 6-50, Cuenca, is near Malecon 2000, Cerro Santa Ana, Parque Historico Guayaquil, and Playas (General Villamil).
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Travel Blogs from Cuenca

Guayaquil city tour

A travel blog entry by dlz on Sep 08, 2015

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... buildings into an eye-catching sequence of brightly painted houses, restaurants, bars and shops built around a winding, 444-step staircase to a viewpoint at the top of the hill: the Plaza de Honores, home to a colonial-style chapel and lighthouse modelled after Guayaquil’s first, from 1841. In the 30+ degree heat we climbed the 444 stairs, plus an additional 120 to the top of the lighthouse, for 360 views of Guayaquil. With its discreet balconies, ...

Adios Ecuador

A travel blog entry by macabeedorman on Jul 13, 2015

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... staying in the right spot as there were a plethora of cafes and restaurants on every block we passed. We settled for some Ecuadorean cuisine and was met with another nice surprise. The food in this city was not only awesome, but cheap as well. Upon finding this out, I knew right then they were speaking my language. On July 14th, after a good back workout in a nearby park, I found out I was locked out of the hostel. But no worries, as it gave me an opportunity to peruse the ...

Cuenca - Old Town

A travel blog entry by sandjtravels on Jun 22, 2015

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We went on a walking tour of Cuenca - Old Town. We started in Parque Calderon where both old and new cathedrals are located. Also in the square is the Presidential Palace and on this day there were a large number of policemen stationed outside. It turned out that they were there to guard the palace during a planned demonstration by local unions against the President's new laws. We visited the two cathedrals,very different from ...

Eternal spring

A travel blog entry by wattsy on May 01, 2015

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... shrunken heads on display. I couldn't tell you were they could come from, well I could but it would be a guess! They're quite eery though.

Behind the museum is a park. The park is home to the ruins of Pumapunga, the Incan city that Cuenca has been built up around. The ruins are literally just foundations, but reveal glimpses of the town that once existed here half a millennium ago. The park is surprisingly large, and ...

Cuenca Day 2

A travel blog entry by aaronhunt on Apr 17, 2015

A good sleep in was necessary after the past two days. A free day to spend doing whatever we pleased. Further explored the historical centre with Minto, Lauren, Anette, TJ and Alex. We visited a large church with amazing architecture. I have no interest in the religious side of it but had to marvel at how much work went into religious buildings back then. Jumped on a top deck tour afterward and luckily the rest of the group happened to be there too. It took ...

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