Address: Shyris N37-53 and Naciones Unidas Ave, Quito, 170150, Ecuador | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Shyris N37-53 and Naciones Unidas Ave, Quito, is near La Capilla Del Hombre, Guayasamín Museum (Museo Guayasamín), Parque La Carolina, and Parque Metropolitano.
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    A travel blog entry by ridgewell51 on Oct 08, 2015

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... 20 kms but nearly 1 hours drive from Quito. The equator was discovered and mapped by a French expedition team in the early 1700s. There are several monuments in the area, the largest supposed to be on the equator but is actually about 250 meters off the true line. We were taken straight to the museum and Equatorial village, built around the monuments. Here we learned about the indigenous peoples, some of the dangerous animals in the Amazon and more about Ecuador. It is the ...

    Quito & the Amazon

    A travel blog entry by benkripke on Sep 29, 2015

    6 photos

    ... in the mountains. Some friends (such as Sam Riber) were quick to message me and tell me I had been duped. When I returned to the hostel, I spoke with two Israeli girls, Yael and Shaked, who laughed at me because the "real" equator is only 250 meters north at a small museum a few blocks up the road. Well, I'll be damned if I didn't get to ACTUALLY put my ass on the equator - I went back with the two girls the next day to get the picture I had coveted. The "real" ...

    Intention #1: Have an Authentic Experience

    A travel blog entry by dfla on Sep 02, 2015

    ... being myself. Oh boy, I am groaning at the cheese factor that last sentence had! But I feel like there is no other way to explain it. I can't truly get to know the locals without being my true self. Sure it will require taking steps (and leaps) outside my box. However, will that ever happen without recognizing that being true to myself in all its joys, frustrations and sometimes ...

    Isabella island Targus cove

    A travel blog entry by evaclapham on Aug 29, 2015

    15 photos

    ... water snorkelling was just amazing. Turtles, penguins, huge star fish and more varieties of fish than you can imagine. An hour flew by in the blink of an eye! Then two flightless cormorants in the water having a mating game: soooo special. Back on board and just enough time to shower, change and go whale watching then a climb up the Darwin Volcano to Darwin lake awaits us. After searching for a while we spotted two whales in a gorgeous pristine area surrounded by seven volcanoes ...

    Piñata's in Old Town

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on May 24, 2015

    12 photos

    ... here, as in all of Latin America is a big deal, and we are in town on a Sunday, so naturally it is heaving. It seems that the locals stay in town after visiting church and embrace the quintessential Ecuadorian pastime of eating Ice Cream! We don't visit all of the religious sites today. We go into one of the churches, San Francisco, and the interior is covered in gold leaf. An impressive site, but as a service is underway we feel like we ...