Hotel El Relicario del Carmen

Address: Venezuela 1041 y Olmedo, Quito, 17041, Ecuador | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Venezuela 1041 y Olmedo, Quito, is near Otavalo Market, Laguna Cuicocha, Cathedral of Quito (La Catedral), and Presidential Palace (Palacio de Gobierno).
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      A travel blog entry by mmmike on Jan 21, 2015

      ... students heading home. As we had seen them flocking out onto the streets on our earlier stay in Quito at around noon, we could only suppose that the schools operated in two shifts per day. Another signal of how strongly Ecuador seems to value education. And on the same theme, we were to see the next morning as we left the city by bus a school with its mission set out on a large banner - Quality Education for a Competitive World. That's something ...


      A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Jan 12, 2015

      ... to build the steeple. The indigenous mason made a pact with the 'evil’ (the devil) – a swap of his soul in order for the devil to build the tower in one night. The devil and his minions worked away but the mason took one stone and put it in his pocket so that when the devil came for his due the mason was able to refuse him. I think the steeple has a bit of a curse on it – one might expect that from a devil spurned – but Messiah ...


      A travel blog entry by dionbarker on Jan 10, 2015

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      ... the buses are. In Colombia you pay a good $4-5 an hour for a bus.. Here it's $1 an hour. Which is equivalent of spending about $10 for a bus from Adelaide to Melbourne. Probably less. Also Ecuador is small.. $10 pretty much gets you from one side of the country to the other. The reason is because petrol is so cheap here. They pay around 30 cents a litre.. Diesel is even cheaper.. lucky *******s!

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      A travel blog entry by ktflynn on Dec 18, 2014

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      ... One time Tina asked what was the name of the beautiful fluorescent green butterflies). The award for beard touching went to Anna, for stroking our guide Andreas's goatee one time randomly. The Award for the least number of parrot photos (not) goes to Robyn, who took about 600 photos when we went to the clay pool. The one who could spot many different animals and realise that the Stinky Turkey was her father goes to Josie. ( one of ...

      Adios Napo, Hola Quito

      A travel blog entry by trippers on Sep 19, 2014

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      ... it took twice as long. The landslide was the result of an earthquake that originated from the San Andreas Fault which is the same one that causes problems in California. As soon as the traffic began to back up on the two lane highway, we saw lots of vendors alongside the road selling tangerines (mandellias), pastries, chopped fruits, and even toys for the children. And, amazingly, people were buying as the vendors walked between the cars ...