Holiday Inn Express Quito
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Loved the king bed, no smoking room! Plenty of space, clean, nice bathroom. The concierge was friendly and helpful.
Breakfast was a selection of yogurt, fruit, sliced meats and breads. There was also sausage and eggs. Even when breakfast was over in fifteen minutes, they would refill selections. Was nothing spectacular as far as taste goes, but what they did have they had plenty of
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As always with traveling large distances, there is a day of sitting to start the adventure.
It starts with the car, and my amazing parents who helped me finish packing and got me to the airport with plenty of time to spare. It continues, waiting for the flight. Then of course the actual flight, then the layover, the following flight, etc …
... the other days. I used the bathroom in the park and here's a fun fact. In public bathrooms up you either pay to use it and they give you some toilet paper or there's no one there and you put money into a little dispenser like for tampons in the bathroom and it gives you toilet paper. And if you don't have change... Ugh. Additionally the public bathrooms hardly ever have toilet seats. It's the weirdest thing. And some more bathroom info... You ...
... looking out - I am of course happy to tell more to anyone interested - with the rest of my many snaps LOLA) but due to my very amateur photographer status they don't do it all justice.
When the group gathered to hear more from Wilo he pointed out that in the distance it is possible to see about 6 Galápagos Islands from this vantage point - not realising this I hadn't focused on the far distant view - which goes to show one of the benefits of touring with ...
... small dingys) and transported them to the nursing home ship. Time was passed by viewing marine iguanas resting on the rocks with our bags. When it came time to board the zodiacs ourselves all seemed well as passengers were reassured their bags left on the dock would be transported to the boat after all had boarded. After a pants soaking ride to our vessel with Angel... it was tragically found that one of Bob and Joan's bags did not make it to the boat. This bag ...