Hacienda La Cienega

Lasso Panamericana Sur Km 72, Cotopaxi, Ecuador | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Lasso Panamericana Sur Km 72, Cotopaxi.
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    Travel Blogs from Cotopaxi

    Volcano trudging and mountain hiking

    A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jul 16, 2014

    ... with 3 meals a day, coffee,tea, water and fruit and cake any time. Tarquin the Aussie owner backpacked himself for years before settling here so he knows what a traveller needs. Not having electricity in the cabins is just fine as we have a fireplace and candles. So cosy. We are given lunch at the massive 20 place dining table so get to meet all the other travellers and chat over soup and bread. There is a walk to the nearby waterfalls which I take along with 8 others around ...

    The Cruel Cotopaxi Climb

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on May 14, 2014

    26 photos

    ... pole, which we watched as it slid all the way down the glacier and out of sight into a crevasse - just as well, it was only extra weight anyway!!

    Initially we had been climbing with a number of other groups (around 15 people total) but this number began to dwindle as we climbed ever higher, as did the wind speed and the chill factor until it was close to -15 degrees. Jesse and I were seriously cold now - our lungs were starting to burn, noses were ...

    Loop-the-Quilotoa Loop

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on May 11, 2014

    73 photos

    ... to get off, and it took some convincing to get my money back. I had asked him whether we could stand in the aisle until a seat became available (again, common practice in Ecuador, but he said no...apparently later on he allowed people to do this). I don't know if he was very new to the job or had a grudge against foreigners, but this was very frustrating as we then had to wait another 2 hours for the next bus! So much for getting away early!

    We eventually departed the terminal ...

    Good Things Come To Those That Try!

    A travel blog entry by doove on May 06, 2014

    125 photos

    ... its difficult to tell when everything is favelas and mountains, so I asked 4 people along my route who all confirmed I was going the right direction. I of course wasn’t!

    Eventually the fifth person gave me the proper information and said I was absolutely miles away , but pointed me in the direction of the bus terminal and what to ask for when I got there. Including the people at the bus station, one out of ten useful people - there’s a good ratio for you ...

    Biking Down a Volcano

    A travel blog entry by blake.tom on Apr 14, 2014

    20 photos

    ... and continued travelling before marrying and settling down in Quito. Before you ask, he has 2 adult kids who go to top universities in the US, dislikes going back to the Netherlands and built his own house with enough security to keep even the most persistent 'bad men' away. Like he said, "The one difference between living in my house and a prison is I have the key".

    Once arriving at Cotopaxi in the national park, we took the bikes on a 20km tour ...