Hotel El Conquistador
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was also very evident. We arrived in Cuenca, the third largest city in Ecuador, around 19:00. We are staying right downtown so it was a challenge unloading the truck on a very busy, narrow street. My two roommates and I headed to a pizza place around the corner from the hotel for takeout and then went back to our room and watched some television. They actually had things on MTv in ...
... he goes for a cup and has a long discussion with the woman about coffee.
What I rings a bell for me from these and other similar conversations is that I need to learn Spanish. Will I venture forth tomorrow morning – here in Loja – and find Spanish classes. Yes I will I vow, but the feeling I have is 'yaa, right.’
We both have checked off on our list of places to go the Pumapungo – Ruinas Arqueologicas. This is at the ...
... of colour and it's just really nice to get off the bus and stretch the legs for the whole day. Back late afternoon - luggage and off to the airport for our flight to Quito. Our driver Wilson, left late last night to drive to Quito and will pick us up at the airport, we had another driver and bus to take us for our flight. More tomorrow.... . Buenos Noches ...
... who gave me Spanish flash cards on my last day of class. I think she was trying to tell me something.
El Cajas National Park
A number of people said this was a must see, so one of the Canadian students and I decided to spend a Sunday hiking in the park. It's about an hour outside the city and we took an early bus from the station. We were the only passengers going to the park, so they slowed at the main gate and we jumped out. Come to find out ...
... Ecuadorean now living in USA who told me that there was a colony of about 2,000 Americans living in and around Cuenca. So perhaps this was the evidence? Further in towards the city we were passing modern car dealerships and car servicing operations and bank buildings of several stories - quite different from most other towns and cities, where two stories is the norm. Cuenca has a notional population of around 400,000.
We again picked up a taxi ...