Hosteria Caballo Campana

Sector Huishil km 4, Cuenca, 00168, Ecuador | 3 star hotel
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hosteria Caballo Campana Cuenca

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    Travel Blogs from Cuenca

    Dramatic scenery on the road to Cuenca

    A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Aug 03, 2014

    1 comment

    We had been convinced by the hostel owner that the best way
    to travel to Cuenca, our next stop, was by mini van. So after breakfast we shared
    a taxi with another couple to the mini van office which cost us $2.50 for our
    share. The mini van ride which took 3 hours cost us $12 each which took us
    through stunning scenery. We firstly drove through the coastal flats of mainly
    sugar cane and bananas before starting ...

    I am the Dikembe Mtumbo of Ecuadorian Pickup

    A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Jun 27, 2014

    1 photo

    ... the back window by just looking over the heads of all the other passengers), I decided to a) stop playing full court and really just stick to one end of the court; and b) start fouling people and blocking shots like crazy. Anytime anyone came near that basket, I swatted it down like I was Godzilla. And if I couldn't swat it, I fouled them hard and dared them to call it against a GIRL. My stat line from the game: 2 points, at least 10 fouls, and I'm ...

    Four Cities, Four Stories

    A travel blog entry by dinojay2 on Mar 22, 2014

    16 photos

    ... nice, our room had a balcony right over top of the river. We could look right down to the water. It was pretty neat. When it rained the water got faster and browner, which was good for the worker guys, cuz they liked to throw stuff in the river, like wood and cement and garbage and stuff. It really made them smile. We had a TV in our room, too, but all the channels were in Spanish so I didn't understand very much. There was one commercial, though, for a website that teaches ...

    Day 93

    A travel blog entry by destined2travel on Feb 23, 2014

    ... small towns and even the airport) the people speak very limited English. I can’t stress this enough…if you are coming to Ecuador… LEARN SPANISH!!! It will make your experience here so much easier and better. When we get home we will be learning Spanish to the point that we are speaking it at home so we can get lots of practice. We eat breakfast and then hit the road. Our drive to Cuenca should take us ...

    Experiencing lovely Cuenca

    A travel blog entry by nancycaldwell on Jan 31, 2014

    4 comments, 11 photos

    ... and bold and very modern. (See Wall plaques, teapots (too expensive Paul!), mugs, coasters, candleholders, vases and all manner of other useful and decorative ceramic creations were on display. The workshop also contains pieces not for sale; that’s where I found two I would have snapped up in an instant but fortunately for my bank account my inquiry as to whether Vega might ...