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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsEugenia Hotel Quito
A very quaint and clean hotel. It is conveniently located and you feel like you're in an Ecuador hotel instead of an American hotel plopped down in a foreign country. Very friendly staff.
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I visited the Instituto Geographic Militar this morning (they are the official gov't cartographers). Emily, the paleontoligist who is leading the dig I am headed for, suggested it. She has already figured me out, because it was quite interesting.
There is a planetarium which I naturally gravitated toward (pun intended). Most of the exhibits …
As it's was our first full day in Ecuador we though we would make the most of it so got in our breakfast and ventured out in to Quito.
After India we found Quito really refreshing as no one was hassling us to go into shops or trying to make us buy stuff.
It's interesting how the city is build into a valley. The skyline is dominated …
We have arrived. It was probably the best flight I have ever been on. No turbulence and some of the best food I have ever eaten on a plane.
By the time we landed, cleared more security and enjoyed a 1 hour 35 minute taxi journey to our hotel, we were knackered. So we ate maccy D's like disgraceful tourists.
It was located directly …
This morning after breakfast, our Oceanside explorers were eager to visit the markets of Otovalo to bring gifts back home. In order to get to the market, we had to leave the Quito city limits and enter the outer provinces of the Andes Mountains. Quito itself is nestled in a valley of rolling hillsides, longer than 27 miles running North to South. …
What a fun filled day we had! We began with a delicious breakfast spread with freshly squeezed juices, eggs and sweet pastries. We then set off to the Equatorial Park/Museum where we learned about ancient Ecuadorian culture (Incan and Quito people). Students became egg masters, balancing an egg on a nail on the exact GPS location of the equator 0,0 …