Grand Victoria Boutique Hotel

Bernardo Valdivieso 0650 y J. A. Eguiguren, Loja, 0907, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bernardo Valdivieso 0650 y J. A. Eguiguren, Loja.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Victoria Boutique Hotel Loja

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Travel Blogs from Loja

Loja, cultural capital of southern Ecuador

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Jul 14, 2014

20 photos

... and Música in the title but turned out to be part of the University of Loja and did not seem to have any public musical exhibits... I wandered up some stairs which overlooked a courtyard, and looked at a selection of paintings. I looked into a room that looked open but there was a dance class going on inside it. I think it was the Arts department. Although I wasn´t stopped from walking around, I got the unmistakeable feeling that I shouldn´t be there, so ...

July, 2014

A travel blog entry by intouchrn on Jul 13, 2014

3 comments, 8 photos

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Bruce and I go for chai, or a pizza, or a coffee. We connect with folks we know, we stop to give a hug and find out how things are going. We take time to watch a movie, and kill pantry moths (I’ve killed hundreds after a bag of quinoa turned into the birthing grounds for waaaaaay too many larvae). I read books and listen to the chimes tinkling in the wind. I sweep and mop the entry and stop and say hello to folks as they ...

The Quilotoa Loop

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Jun 10, 2014

41 photos

... with Ecuador in the midst of a huge movement to modernize its infrastructure and develop its resources, including its very people as 'good hosts' for a burgeoning tourist industry (the country is laden with billboards that say Ecuador, Tourist Potential!) it seemed clear that somewhere a decision had been made to focus on promoting English over the traditional language, Quechua, tongue of the Incas. I couldn't help ...

Re-connecting with the States-in person!

A travel blog entry by intouchrn on Mar 17, 2014

9 comments, 16 photos

... me. Bruce cops to the same idea, though I hear he was treated royally by our friends while I was gone.
I came home and attacked the property. Carnival had left the front dirty and tired. Wood, windows, floor and front door all got a good scrubbing. I repainted a wall the guys had just painted and am happy with the results. They painted the whole apartment, and probably saved me from another month of painful shoulder time. Thanks, Bruce.
We have a friend, ...

Life in the Clouds

A travel blog entry by damangela on Feb 05, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... were aglow in a golden hue, casting shadows of clouds across the mountain tops. Life at the top of the world, among the sun, wind and clouds brought a rare peacefulness that I didn’t have time to savor. Worries about Juliette’s comfort and the chores of the day distracted me from fully enjoying the awe-inspiring scenery. Though rest assured, in my quiet moments, my thoughts will return to that splendid place of peace and tranquility high in the sky. ...