El Dorado Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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!
Durant mon trajet en bus vers Ibarra, j'ai eu la chance d'être accompagnée par un jeune originaire du coin qui m'a donné les bons tuyaux.
J'ai donc été visité San Antonio petit bled sympa, où on travaille le …
... kept and passed on by the women. The head embalming was infrequent. Sometimes to appease the spirit of someone wrongly killed: sometimes to immortalize a great person. When the Europeans arrived and starting paying big money for heads, a great deal more head hunting went on than usual. David was – I don’t know what the word is – shivered ? by the head hunting. I told him about practice of the swikes (in his home country in the 7th ...
... sick from the BBQ smells :( Everyone said the chicken was over cooked, the guinea pig was very lean but crunchy and the pork seemed to be the best choice. Back to the hotel to drop bags etc. and headed out on a short walk to visit the Judiciary building and the cathedral as they are not open tomorrow. Both stunning examples of architecture and built with local pink marble. The cathedral is the ...
... and was decorated with bits and pieces from the Basque country. On checking with the waitress she confirmed that the owner was indeed 'un Basco'. We opted for a full dish rather than tapas as the choice of those was quite limited and the food was excellent. On the desert menu was everybody's friend - Crema Catalana - but we shared a superb chocolate and walnut crepe instead. Then we dodged the rain showers back to the hotel. So far, Cuenca was very appealing. ...
... the sign showing the information on route two, and it said it was a four hour hike, with difficulty level of high. It also surprised me to see the highest point on route two was 4,267m (14,000ft). No wonder I was so out of breath when I was climbing the mountain! I think that’s the highest I’ve ever hiked. It felt good to conquer it though.
I finished the hike and grabbed a bite to eat in ...