Hotel Amira In Salinas, Ecuador

Address: Eloy Alfaro, (b/w 4th & 5th St) in Chipipe sector, Salinas, Ecuador | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Eloy Alfaro, (b/w 4th & 5th St) in Chipipe sector, Salinas.
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      Travel Blogs from Salinas

      No caramba at Riobamba

      A travel blog entry by mmmike on Jan 22, 2015

      ... centre.

      There, the architectural jewel was a restored train station that I guess almost no one in Britain and Ireland have ever heard of, even though it was voted tourist restoration project of the year by the British travel writers' guild (or some such body) in 2010. We wandered round the well-populated streets for a while but, aside from the train station, we found it to be no more than a commercially lively but otherwise unremarkable small ...

      Sam

      A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Dec 31, 2013

      27 photos

      ... as I can’t leave until I get my clothes as they
      are closed tomorrow! Needless to say I let them and all their neighbours know
      how angry I was.

      Tried to get a train trip to Laguna Colta but it was not running
      so went by bus. Terminal had moved out since LP wrote. Double checked that they
      would be open and running buses manana as planning to go to Guamote, further
      along on the route – I was assured by the driver that they ...

      Andando por Los Andes: Ecuador in 1 Entry

      A travel blog entry by findscore on Jul 22, 2013

      87 photos

      We spent 3 weeks in Ecuador, sticking mostly to the Andean Mountainous route and at times, shivering ourselves to sleep. We had a lot of adventures during such weeks, most of which were good, but some of which could only be defined as complete mishaps (to be explained later). Ecuadorians are super kind, and have a shy friendliness much like the people of El Salvador and we felt really happy being amongst the crowd. Unlike Colombia, there is a HUGE ...

      No prize for coming second

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

      ... my legs to move they had gone to jelly and were useless, my breaks got closer and closer together, then it got to the stage where i would take 6 steps then collapse, the do it all again. The worst bit was that we were soo close just a couple of hundred metres to go, but our guide wasn't happy and we had pushed him a fair bit to get this far, was trying to call it quits earlier blaming it on the wind, but we talked him out of it. But it got to the stage were ...

      Quilatoa and Riobamba

      A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on May 09, 2013

      3 photos

      Well, I take back what I said about the hacienda. Our room had a fireplace which we assumed was decorative but at 6.30 a lady came in to light a big log fire which was lovely and cosy all evening. The food and wine was excellent too. Today started fine but became very tedious. It was sunny and warm whilst we went round another local market, in Saquisili. It's really for ...