El Dorado Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- 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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... culture here and is very interesting. We visited a Panama Hat museum and factory this morning. I learned that the Panama hat is actually made in Ecuador, but is called this as Ecuadorians working on the Panama Canal wore them. Today each hat is still hand woven with their final shapes modelled and styled individually in the 'factory'. Needless to say a new hat has been purchased. Tomorrow a long drive to the border and onto Peru where we catch a flight to ...
... We popped out for a pizza at a little place on the corner and were apparently the first English people ever to eat there so we were invited to sign their wall which we both did in elaborate style. We asked if there was a pharmacy nearby so that I could buy something for a slight ear infection I was developing. They said a bout four blocks up the road. Not thinking much of it we headed off to find the pharmacy but there were none to be found in the region specified. Not ...
... got to try on all different ones which was a lot of fun. I found one I really liked but I wanted the ribbons on it in different colours and they didn't have any unfortunately. After that museum, I headed with three others to the Central Bank Museum. I really enjoyed this museum as it had a wide range of exhibitions. There were some art exhibits on the main floor including a photo exhibition showing some views of the city back in ...
... a splash of colour, Blue lupins growing on the rocks, smaller alienesque yellow and red flowers grew in amongst the Moses on the ground. When the cloud parted, which wasn't that often, amazing vistas would reveal themselves. Dozens of lakes scatter the horizon that were framed by the jagged peaks of the mountains. It could be Wales, Ireland, Scotland or England, the temperature at this altitude (c. 13,000 feet) certainly felt like it. ...