Hosteria San Luis

Address: Via Tabacundo, Ibarra, Ecuador | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Via Tabacundo, Ibarra.
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    Travel Blogs from Ibarra

    Birds, Dogs, Farms, Pigs, Cows and 'waygos'

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Mar 06, 2015

    ... think of the name – a real beauty that can out fly the condor and probably anything else its size. It was revered by the native people prior to the arrival of the Incas and the Spanish. (These folks were living here for 3000 years prior to the Incas.)

    But the woman who had chicken for lunch was off base about the ‘cages’. Great spacious cages, well fed birds, and every so often they get to fly for the tourists. Sounds like a pretty good ...

    TRAVELERS, AND ANOTHER GO AT I BARRA

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Feb 23, 2015

    ... knows what – bacon was certainly present. It was tough they reported but very beautiful. It rained and went from hot to cold during the last part of the hike and the crater filled in with clouds and they couldn’t see the lake but clouds were very beautiful.

    Just good fellows having a great trip. Reminding me of my son and three of his buddies going to Austrailia for 6 months. Having fun, meeting folks from all over the world. Liking it so much they ...

    Ibarra

    A travel blog entry by fernbob on Feb 10, 2015

    5 photos

    ... community. When the Spanish arrived, they immediately put the indigenous people to work building the town's infrastructure as well as reclaiming the salt from the earth. This worked for a while, but then the 'white man's' diseases started to kill off the labour force. The Spanish, ever resourceful, imported slaves from Africa and the people here are the result of the slave trade!

    There is not a salt mine as ...

    Chancho

    A travel blog entry by ktowell on Feb 07, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... When we first entered into our "cabina" here, we were in awe because it's huge and clean and bright and beautiful. There are two bedrooms and a kitchen and a living room with purple painted bookshelves and green couches and armchairs and a fireplace and humongous windows overlooking the town and the mountain and the valley.


    Last night, after we finished watching "Puss and Boots" on Netflix, my computer, we sat in ...

    Pre 69th Birthday Blog

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Jan 27, 2015

    ... 8211; the grocer cum apt promoter – is also a tour guide. He needs groups of 4 and I am on his list to go into the highlands and see temples and the like. He offered me his tour of the villages but I find those overly intrusive.

    I was going to make a comment on the hoards of white folk living in Cotacachi but will save it for another time. They are for the most part as far as I can tell top notch adventuresome folks but we white folks are ...