Hotel Atenas

Address: Sangurima y Luis Cordero 11-89 , Cuenca, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sangurima y Luis Cordero 11-89 , Cuenca, is near El Cajas National Park (Parque Nacional Cajas), New Cathedral (Catedral de la Immaculada), Rio Tomebamba, and Plaza Abdon Calderon.
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Travel Blogs from Cuenca

Eternal spring

A travel blog entry by wattsy on May 01, 2015

9 photos

... the sun. Cuenca has a strange climate, it's like every day here is spring, neither hot nor cold. The apartment doesnt have heating, or air conditioning, it doesn't really need them. Every day it's around 18 degrees, and doesn't drop below 10 degrees overnight. It has only two seasons, wet and dry, and we are here on the cusp of the seasons.

There's plenty of cloud each day, and rain isn't uncommon, but when the sun comes out ...

Transit to Montanita

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Mar 13, 2015

3 photos

... open. Luckily, I thought ahead and change into my shorts and singlet out of my tights and long shirt and just as I do, we arrive at the bus station at 1240hrs. We head in and the bus station is like a shopping mall, air-conditioned, shops and cafes everywhere which is nice. We find the ticket office for our final bus to Montanita and pay another $6 each. We head up to level 2 and go to our gate and hang out until the next bus at 1400. We sit down, eat our lunch and wire into the bus ...


A travel blog entry by fernbob on Feb 22, 2015

2 comments, 56 photos

... buns, baguettes and croissants all made fresh daily. We could never resist and as a result, we would be walking down the street with a bag full of these treats while eating one at the same time! Towards the end of our week we were searching for these places! Ideally, a cup of coffee with a danish goes perfectly, but unfortunately there was no bakery that sold coffee. We solved this dilemma by bringing our purchases to a McCafe, ordering a ...

Bus from Baños to Cuenca, via Ambato

A travel blog entry by kerry.ward on Feb 21, 2015

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... credit cards go in a money belt around my waist, and everything else of value - camera, phone, tablet, tickets and reservations - go in my backpack, which I keep on my lap. The guidebooks say you should sit in your own seat, but no one did that, at least on this route. I grabbed a seat up front and settled in for the long ride. Reservations are only for seats, but the bus stops frequently and will pick up anyone willing to pay. At points the entire aisle is jammed with ...

French toast?

A travel blog entry by cb797 on Jan 16, 2015

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... standard side of guacamole I braved an avocado shake. After looks of doubt from Cai (my Cuenca companion and roomie in Quito) we decided anything avocado is good - the ultimate drink being the Avocado milkshake. A month later, it is still topic of conversations. After a few drinks we retired to our hostel, El Cafecito - a little dorm room off a quaint courtyard - and easily one of the nicest hostels I've stayed in.

Next morning we ...

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