Grand Hotel Guayaquil
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Hotel Guayaquil
Standard city hotel on a busy street. Quite western feel with a restaurant, a bar showing the South American football tournament and a swimming pool. Our room overlooked the road and was noisy.
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An early start to set off towards Guayaquil for our last two nights of the tour.On the way we went to the El Cajas National Park at 4500m. We went for a walk for about 1.5 hours, mostly we saw lots of flowers, nearly all are not seen in the UK. From here we drove onto Guayacuil where we stayed at the Grand Hotel. Again our guide warned us about …
Heute verlassen wir das Andenhochland und setzen unsere Reise nach Guayaquil fort.
Unterwegs statten wir dem Cajas Nationalpark einen Besuch ab. Dieser liegt zwischen 3100 und 4450 m.ü.M. Mehr als 200 Seen prägen die Paramolandschaft des Nationalparks. Mit einem Lokalguide unternehmen wir eine kleine Wanderung. Danach fahren wir zum hö …
... care of strangers...or locals for that matter, I went with Richie to pick up his friend Stu and they both followed me to my hostel. Guys being guys they had no plans or hostel reservations in one of the most dangerous cites in South America...obvs.
After trying to find somewhere semi-decent to eat in close vicinity to the hostel (apparently as long as the street had lights we were probably safe...great news) and failing, we ended up in a dingy ...
... mean the Docs and med students!). We also ask them if they have ever had their blood pressure taken before, if their parents are living (if not, if a parent has died suddenly before the age of 55), and if one of their parents have diabetes. The latter two of these questions is to do with hereditary risk factors for CVD, and the former is to do with whether or not is becoming a custom in Ecuador to measure kids' BP.
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