Embassy Hotel

President Wilson E8-22 & Avenida 6 De Diciembre, Quito, Ecuador | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on President Wilson E8-22 & Avenida 6 De Diciembre, Quito, is near Intinan Museum, Quito Historical Old Town Tour, Santo Domingo Plaza (Plaza de Santa Domingo), and Museum of Modern Art (Museo de Arte Moderno).
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    Travel Blogs from Quito

    Travel wankers in our final month

    A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on Jul 14, 2014

    ... time I'm going to update you all on our movements, these movements will take us up until the 15th August when we land in Heathrow.

    Our last month will be spent in Colombia roughly as follows :

    • Cali – Apparently a city of passion and Salsa with the world's best looking people, I'm sure I'll fit right in.
    • The pacific coast – undeveloped and until recently still a dangerous place for tourists but it's safe for now and we're ...

    All You Need Is Ecuador

    A travel blog entry by zookeeperjosh on Jun 15, 2014

    153 photos

    ... ready to support their team for the big game at 11am. Imagine an OKC Thunder or OU game day on STEROIDS. It was insane, I thought Americans knew how to obsess over sports and go nuts for their teams, but Ecuadorians may have the edge when it comes to futbol. At one point during the day Armando mentioned to me that the jersey represented the skin of Ecuador-that’s how serious they take this.

    The game actually started while we were in the process ...

    Anaconda Island

    A travel blog entry by craigandsarah on Jun 13, 2014

    ... the beans - they are a little slimy! We did find out that the fermenting and drying process is where the money is. One batch can yield $120 if it is processed. If it is not fermented or dry the batch will only yield about $50. Along our walk we also found leaf cutter ants hard at work. That was cool to see! We finally reached the family home and met Carmella. We learned that 47 families live on the island and ...

    Exploring Quito…

    A travel blog entry by kate_5 on May 26, 2014

    11 photos

    ... Never seen anything like it. We also went past and had a look at the very first church for Quito, which belongs to the San Franciscan monks. We also could have lined up to go and see the President of Ecuador, but we unfortunately didn't have enough time After the walking tour, we got back on the bus and headed back towards our hotel. Some people got off and went to a market to have a look around, the rest of us went back to the hotel to relax and ...

    Exploring Ecuador (the first month)

    A travel blog entry by kiri-ana on May 24, 2014

    75 photos

    ... Then the temperature drops as we start to enter the cloud forest and can no longer see much out the windows.

    At the lunch stop we eat delicious local soup for $1.50 (plus rice for Anna, but not for me since I fill up pretty easy) and we talk to Omar, a lovely guy with great English who is a diver in the Ecuadorean navy and is currently on his way home to visit his parents for a few days - he even invited us to visit as well!

    Back on the bus, a dark ...