El Dorado Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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... rumble and mud fall down the hillslopes onto the road. Most of it has already been cleared but every now and then only half of the road is free. If this hits your car you go with it into the deep. Or you are flattened, like happened to one driver. I see carglass, amidst rocks and rumble, tracks into the ditch by the side of the road. Maybe this one was lucky, maybe not. There are basically two roads from Cuenca to Macas, one to the left of the valleys, one to the ...
... 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 ...
... help of Google Translate we asked the bus conductor to let us know when we were in the national park. I'm not sure if he forgot, but when he did shout and stop the bus for us we were pretty much in the middle of nowhere. There was a lookout, but the cloud was fast rolling in. The fog usually engulfs Cajas by lunchtime, something to do with the heat rolling in from the Pacific Ocean, up the side of the mountains and turning into cloud and ...
... we would have had no clue what we were really looking at. We finally got around to trying the Ecuadorian delicacy of guinea pig that night. Luckily we had had a late lunch as it took an hour for the guinea pig to cook. It tasted much like any other pig, but the head with teeth still attached and the claws, reminded us otherwise. We decided Peru was calling so bought tickets for the next day to a beach town over the border in ...