El Crater Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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We woke up to the noisy street feeling pretty lousy, partly because we hadn´t eaten much on the plane (raw salmon for dinner), the altitude and we were also unsure on whether we could drink the water so were a little dehydrated. We packed up again and made our way to our next accommoation, Hotel San Francisco. It was a big struggle given the hills, altitutde, empty stomach and dehydration, but we made it. We tried to get a taxi but he wouldn't take us saying it was too ...
... end we went out to grab one on the street (yet again breaking the rules!) and just happened to walk out at the time that a couple other travellers were arriving. We took nothing but a small bit of money and a credit card. We were fine! Dinner was good. We ordered the paella and a dish called seco de chivo, which is their version of lamb stew. The taxi ride home was entertaining; for me at least. Mark lost his cool with the driver after we drove in the same one way circle a few ...
On the morning of our departure, we left for the airport at 4:30 am. Our flight was at 6:15, and we needed plenty of time to get our boarding passes and check luggage. We didn't have to park, however, because Jane's friend, Ted, graciously agreed to get up early and drive us to the airport.
The flight went through Miami and arrived in Quito at 12:57 PM EST. Although we knew that Ecuador was in the same time zone as Virginia, ...
... possible by building a small village with loads of over priced restaurants and gift shops around a huge monument. We booked our Amazon trip from Quito but because they were fully booked, we had to wait around spending almost a week in the city! This was probably too long but because we were having so much fun in the hostel and bumping into loads of people we have already met (including Stephan our German friend and the group we met in Banos) we were happy to wait ...
... Climbing stairs & walking briskly has me huffing & puffing when I usually wouldn't be. The city is busy but not as chaotic as some I've visited. The weather is fall-like - about 60, overcast, & rainy. I'm about to collapse from jet lag exhaustion so hasta ...