El Dorado Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Dorado Hotel Cuenca
Bonne petite chambre, lit supersize! Très propre, au calme, pas cher, je recommande !
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Après les tumultes de la grande ville, me voilà arrivée dans la cambrousse, je kif, y a même des vaches. A mi me gusta el campo!
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... the human shrunken heads. We didn't really understand what they were and it wasn't clear in the explanations so it's something that I'll have to look up online when I get the chance. After the museum it was time for lunch and we found a little cafe along our walk. I had an amazing potato and cheese bake. From here we headed to the main square and the cathedrals. There was an old cathedral from the 1557 and then the new one that ...
... the historical centre pointing out the many Spanish buildings. Also spotted a large number of Eucalyptus trees near the river surrounding. The bus went up to a peak outside the town with amazing views over the city and surroundings. Heading back to the starting point after. Concluding the bus tour Minto, Anette and I decided to explore further. We visited the hat museum trying on some. Then walked to another museum to see an exhibit on the Inca culture. Out ...
... leaving on the hour on any day.
Off we go to a market that we had seen on our walk to the terminal. I have eaten a substantial breakfast at the hostel but David likes pork and surely there will be several booths, each with an entire roast pig – head, hooves and all - taking up most of the counter. We wander through the market talking and pretty much in awe. The meat aisles are immensely long. How do they get rid of all this meat in a day? Do they have ...
... heritage site of cobble stone streets, parks and plazas, and ornate balconies of both French and Spanish influence. A number of streets reminded me of New Orleans, one of my favorite cities. Parque Calderon is the central park bordered by the old cathedral, the new cathedral, government buildings, etc. Around the corner is a lovely flower market filling a small square near the church of San Francisco. Like most tourists I started my sightseeing in the park ...