Hotel Francisco II

Address: calle Malecon de Salinas, Salinas, Ecuador | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on calle Malecon de Salinas, Salinas.
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      Travel Blogs from Salinas

      No caramba at Riobamba

      A travel blog entry by mmmike on Jan 22, 2015

      ... menu we were given in the bar seemed attractive and we decided on a snack to accompany the local beer - called Pilsener and served everywhere in Ecuador. What arrived instead of a the anticipated light snack was the biggest Caesar salad I have ever eaten, especially with the huge lumps of chicken on top. Anne's vegetarian wrap was equally delicious and filling. We didn't eat another thing the rest of the day.

      On the recommendation of the young guy ...

      Carnival, day three

      A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Mar 03, 2014

      26 photos

      ... to the batter stall and bought another two. This time they had added a couple of small chunks of white cheese to the middle of each, but surprisingly (considering the batter was sweet) it still went well with the batter. Then I had to start thinking about getting back to Baņos so I walked back through the main square, passing a stall next to the concert stage where a man was stretching glass bottles by melting and pulling the neck of each to make vases.
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      Andando por Los Andes: Ecuador in 1 Entry

      A travel blog entry by findscore on Jul 22, 2013

      87 photos

      ... in Ecuador, and it was nice to take in the quiet villages, and their quiet, smiling inhabitants in distinct dress.

      First stop: Otavalo. Unbeknownst to us, we stepped in to the fiestas of San Pedro in this indigenous city--I was awoken at 2AM our first night to a group of dancing, drinking, fiddle/guitar playing party goers spinning in circles down our street. Little did I know, this was just the beginning of the festivities. We went to a nearby town ...

      No prize for coming second

      A travel blog entry by tom.deluca on Jun 07, 2013

      ... physically couldn't go any further and i still had to get down before the sun got too bright otherwise we would be at a pretty significant avalanche risk. They called it quits, i never threw in the towel, so i was proud of that but that's about it.

      That has to be one of the worst feelings ever, to invest soo much time and energy into climbing the ******* only to fall short, but not only that letting the team down, Brock and the guide had to ...

      Quilatoa and Riobamba

      A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on May 09, 2013

      3 photos

      ... all the surrounding villages and takes over the whole town, selling everything from fruit and veg, through livestock, rabbits and guinea pigs (not for pets!), furniture and clothes. We carried on up the valley crossing over the western range of the Andes up into the clouds at 3800m. At the top is a volcano with a beautiful lake in the crater. It's still considered ...