Hotel Atenas

Address: Sangurima y Luis Cordero 11-89 , Cuenca, Ecuador | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cuenca

Cuenca With The Vanderberg's

A travel blog entry by mscarlton on Oct 30, 2014

1 comment, 62 photos

Nestled 8300 feet up in The Andes Mountains we became inspired by the vibrant, healthy, enriched colonial city known as Cuenca. With four major rivers flowing through town that are lined with continuous parks and walking trails we always had the urge to be outside and apart of the excitement. Although we learned quick that a common day consists of a beautiful sunny morning that is followed by thunder, lightning and a torrential down pour around 3 o'clock. ...

A beautiful old town above the clouds

A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Aug 18, 2014

21 photos

We caught a bus from Mancora at midnight, while waiting in the 'terminal' we met a lovely young man and his ****** father. The father was creepy and tried to pash me, while insisting on taking photos of us just because we were white. We were pretty annoyed and his poor son was super embarrassed. Poor kid. Due to timing of our bus we had to go to Guayaquil first and then change buses to one that goes to Cuenca. The bus terminal in Guayaquil ...

I am the Dikembe Mtumbo of Ecuadorian Pickup

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Jun 27, 2014

1 photo

... estimate 15 blocked shots. Mercifully, MERCIFULLY, eventually the guys got bored playing basketball and asked me if they could shut it down to play volleyball. That was the best invitation I had in weeks. Can my old ass stop playing and go sit down somewhere? Absolutely.

So here is to my favorite shot blocker, Mr. Dikembe Mtumbo, and all of the defensive players out there. We can't score many points, but when all else fails, we can block a shot.

Four Cities, Four Stories

A travel blog entry by dinojay2 on Mar 22, 2014

16 photos

... the top. Well, you could see our hotel from the bottom, too, but you could see it better from the top. The same little island had a neat park, called Parque Amazonico, which someone said means Amazon Park in English, and it had paths you could walk on, through the jungle and everything, and there was lots of mud, and trees, and even a couple turtles, and this big crocodile that we thought maybe was fake, cuz it wasn't moving at all, and it kind of looked plasticky, so we left and ...


A travel blog entry by rangjill on Mar 08, 2014

1 comment, 66 photos

... central soaking up the culture of the city by watching the businessmen pass through, families playing with their kids, and seeing older retirees visiting. Outside of Cuenca is Cajas National Park, a beautiful Andean landscape. We hiked a trail at an elevation of 12,000 feet; though the trail was moderate and varied, we felt winded at times from the altitude. There were llamas and many alpine plants and flowers. We took a bus from Cuenca south to the border with Peru. Travelling ...

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