El Dorado Hotel
Travel Blogs from Cuenca
... in need of a reminder that in my past life, I was actually competent at something. I used to know stuff, you know? So I submitted a proposal (in English and Spanish with the help of my Spanish teacher, thanks Maria) and lo and behold, it was accepted by the University.
I worked on the presentation "Leadership and Ethics: Setting the Foundation for Ethical Decision Making" (sounds like a real snooze fest, but I know how ...
... Guayaquil but it was slightly cooler than Panama, and just as dirty.
Cuenca, however, is a different story. It's a very well organized, relatively clean city that was much more populous than I had anticipated. The city has much more indigenous than Panama, and is certainly a more tolerable climate due to its 8300-foot elevation. I think it's the highest I've ever been, a little higher than when I visited ...
... anteater type animal (I loved their noses!!!) (she took lots of pictures of their noses) just hanging out with the llamas, and there were a troupe of very small monkeys that had free roam as well. The monkey enclosures were really interesting, there were caged enclosures, but they had tunnels that ran onto a man made island that was free of any caging. The tunnel ran under the moat that made it an island which presumably kept the monkeys in one place. We had fun ...
... brats, you don't work your ass off all week just for the chance to get away for a couple days and have a little fun, do you? No, didn't think so. So, how about you just pipe down for a bit while daddy flies across this canyon strapped to a thin metal cable pretending he's Superman, huh? Then go play for a while, those kids over there don't look as dirty as some, play with them, mommy and daddy have got some grow-up drinks to take care of. If you're good, and quit bugging me, ...
... city with great weather. If you ever come to Ecuador, Cuenca is the place to go.
Sunday my dad wasn't feeling great so we didn't do much except we went to the supermarket to buy food. But Monday was a very busy day. We went into town to see what's Cuenca like. We found a museum. We didn't find it interesting so we only stayed for four minutes. Then, we found a double deckered city tour bus. We went on the bus. After the tour, we also found a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center