El Dorado Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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... well preserved as it fits snuggly together, foiling rumbling earthquakes and the sands of time. The central Temple of The Sun, believed to have been used for both military and religious purposes, towers over the remains of aquaducts and storage bins.
Although the return bus was an hour past schedule, the reprieve allowed extra time to enjoy a deliscious homemade chicken soup with warm strawberry juice in the adjacent cafe.
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So Ecuador done and dusted and we LOVED it!! Full of activities, hikes, city and beach life. Great fun with some great people along the way.
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... in at 7am and was clearly very angry with us when he messed up our breakfast order after our first night. The guys had originally only booked for one night and when Jack asked to stay longer he informed him they couldn't as they had only booked for one night. Upon their checkout the next morning to move to a hostel around the corner, the guy seemed surprised and asked: "oh, you're leaving?" Very strange, but we had a good laugh at this.
... have dinner, we had a walk around the main plaza and flower market. It was a very busy little town especially just after 5pm. The traffic was chaotic, every street was backed up with cars at a standstill. The shops and cafes were also full of locals. We went in search of a Spanish Tapas restaurant that had good reviews. The wine was good but the food was mediocre. A Spaniard would never dream of putting Cheddar on a meat and cheese platter.