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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... of the old colonial town taking in the sights of the various squares and churches before visiting the free museo de ciudad (city museum) which contained some interesting facts and displays of Quito's history. Before sundown we took a 10 minute taxi to Plaza Foch in the new town which seemed a world apart with its modern bars and restaurants, though apparently containing 80% more crime than the old town. This taxi driver seemed more than happy to use the metre, ...
... to crack her head on the rocks. Luckily just a few nasty bruises and nothing more sinister. Isla Lobos is also used by sea lions as a nursery. It was difficult to go anywhere on the beach without encountering a baby sea lion. Turns out they cry similar to a human baby combined with a lamb. A highlight of the boobie viewing session was when a mother tried to ram an entire fish down its chicks throat. When the chick couldn't swallow it she took it for herself and gave ...
... we ask a man for the time. When he says it is 6:55PM my mom and I hurry out the door to catch a taxi to the airport. We catch our 9PM flight on time to Quito and arrive two hours later. Our driver meets us at the airport to take us to our host family. While driving we see mountains full of yellow lights. They look like lanterns strung together when the sky is dark. Wow, I'm finally in ...
... lady said to not go further
because in that area you would get stabbed and robbed. We were happy to follow
her advice and headed back into the main plaza. It seems that more people here
speak a bit of English than in Colombia so we managed to order pizza for a late
lunch and went to a supermarket and bought some nice bread for a snack dinner
back in our room. We were tired from so much walking but had enjoyed the day
and despite our trepidation had felt fairly safe.
... man selling what looked more like large samosas than empanadas. He was just standing on the street with his samosas in a plastic box looking pretty shady. We hesitantly bought 3 samosas each for $1, I think it's the first time I've eaten street food on my travels.... I'm waiting to see how my stomach responds! They were pretty tasty. I took a taxi to my hotel where my G Adventures tour starts, in the evening, only to be taken to the wrong hotel and ...