Hosteria Caballo Campana

Sector Huishil km 4, Cuenca, 00168, Ecuador | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cuenca

Ecuador-A Slow Start, But Starting to Rally

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra


... solo. Complicating matters, because I am staying everywhere for months at a time, I travel with a lot of stuff, so getting through the airport for me (and making an unscheduled stop, while traveling alone) is much more daunting than it would usually be. But I sucked it up, locked my door, slept on top of my travel blanket, and got through the night until I could make it to the next flight.

So I finally get to Cuenca and ...

Never Say Never

A travel blog entry by dkoste01


... pet friendly hostel to find a more permanent, but temporary place, and on the 7th day we found a great place, but they didn't accept pets. Debbie, however, was undaunted by that usual tag-line, and proceeded to email a plea for an exception to the lady in charge. The next day we were scheduled to accompany Rafa for a doggie interview ....which of course he passed with flying colors!!

Now the weather here is indeed cooler than Vilcabamba. It ...

Day 94

A travel blog entry by destined2travel

Buenos Dias everyone!! Day 2 of staying in Cuenca. Not sure what there is to do here, so we eat breakfast. Breakfast is prepared for you when you are ready for it… ask for scrambled eggs, with cheese and ham (huevos revueltos con queso y jamon)… it is very good!! We spend the entire day just wandering the streets, going in and out of shops, we find a market with fresh fruits, vegetables and meat for sale. The meat section is very ...

Experiencing lovely Cuenca

A travel blog entry by nancycaldwell


... and there is a good-sized English-speaking community to isolate them from real life which is exactly why I won’t retire here after all.

A history professor from one of the local universities addressed us before dinner. We took a very quick trip from pre-history – 13,500 BC – to the late 19th century. She had quite a bit to say about the current president, Rafael Correa, ...

Cuenca 2500 meters ASL in the Andies

A travel blog entry by benglot


We left Bannos at 8AM and got to Cuenca at 3PM. The road was very windy and hilly passing within the Andes. The mountains are bigger than the Rockies but because of the tropical weather they are green to the top and occupied. The hotel we are staying at in Cuenca is nice and the city of 1/2 million is very clean and beautiful. Today, Thursday we walked up into the old town ...

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