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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
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... that some new technology must have been developed – and then talked about military history in this regard. David talked about the Incas and how they left the conquered nations intact and let them run the show but took a tax and required the worshipping of the Incan gods. They sprung up out a valley much similar to the valleys occupied by numerous other nations. The entire story is much like Alexander the Great I commented. And David went on to describe a titanic ...
... were eating, two Ecuadorian "El Cajas" park rangers sat down with us to eat as well. One of them in particular was very interested in Simone so we ended up talking with them for a long time. They were called into the area to bring a herd of wild horses back into the mountains and away from the road. They invited us to come with them, which we agreed to excitedly. We were very lucky to run into them because they took us on a 4 1/2 hour hike, off-trail through some of the ...
... up and have a most peculiar coffee not sure what the milk was from. (tom - Llama ) It had an immediate effect on me!!!
As we come out of the cloud we see Llamas on the road side.
We head over the pass then down into Cuenca.
... of materials (different hand-made bricks, timber, reeds) and have been added onto without any apparent plan over the years, valleys are so fertile thanks to volcanic ash, bromeliads grow on power lines, every time we stop our bus driver opens the engine cover to cool it down, they have pink bananas (skin only; flesh is bright yellow), had to take a detour across country at one stage due to asphalt being poured, eucalypts are very common along with ...
... also visited the tourist information office and found out how to get to Cajas National Park, so I’m going to check that out tomorrow. We drove through it very quickly on my way to Cuenca, but I want to see more of it. I got an invitation from Andrea to go to her house and have dinner with her and her mom and sister. It’s so nice to meet such hospitable people when I travel. It really makes the whole experience in a city ...