Hostal La Iguana Ferreisen

Address: Azuay E2-270 y Rio Amazonas , Quito, 5932, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Azuay E2-270 y Rio Amazonas , Quito, is near Guayasamín Museum (Museo Guayasamín), Parque La Carolina, Museo de la Ciudad, and Zoologico de Guayllabamba.
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Travel Blogs from Quito

Life on the equator line

A travel blog entry by alex.stuart4 on Aug 24, 2014

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... cake all day everyday, a hot tub out the back and the breathtaking view of Cotopaxi, I cannot fault this place. With no wifi and only good company, I found myself not wanting to leave this beautiful place. We all need a break from technology once in a while. After sadly leaving the beautiful Cotopaxi, I ventured to Banos (adventure capital of Ecuador), with a nice English couple (seems I can't escape the Brits). We hired a small jeep our first day there and drove in the pouring ...

Chapter 6: The Guayasamin Museum

A travel blog entry by zuritraveler on Aug 19, 2014

5 comments, 13 photos

On Tuesday I went to the Guayasamín Museum and Capilla del Hombre. Guayasamín is a famous contemporary artist from Quito. I toured his mansion and saw some of his artwork and his collection of artwork by various artists. When I saw a painting called Quito Blue the tour guide told us that Guayasamín had also created paintings called Quito Red, ...

3-6 August: Dull Dull Dull Quito.

A travel blog entry by prunes17 on Aug 06, 2014

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So, after having the most amazing experience of my entire life on the Galapagos Islands, I then arrive into Quito, Ecuador...and I immediately want to leave. Okay, perhaps that is slightly dramatic!

Quito a mix of the Old Town (Unesco World Heritage Site) as well as New Town. Lonely Planet (huh!) claims that this city is the jewel of Ecuador. Erm, no! A lot of people ...

Into the cloud forest

A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Jul 23, 2014

Our first early start in Ecuador as we had booked what
turned out to be a private tour to the cloud forest town of Mindo. The
driver/guide spoke very good English and took us to many tourist spots in and
around the town. We had a short stop for a photo at the monument marking the
Equator before travelling the 2 hours to the town. It was amazing how suddenly
the climate changed from the dry clear environment ...

Snakes, exotic plants and a stunning city view

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Jun 15, 2014

80 photos

... the way back to the hostel and Dave was surprised by the sight of a Radioshack shop... he then had the bright idea of getting an SD card reader there to solve our problem of being unable to look at or save to USB the photos he'd taken since the Galapagos on his camera. So he bought one and then we moved on to a supermarket, where I showed Dave various tropical fruits and bought a big bottle of guanábana drinking ...