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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Quito
... layers of ash and dust, piled on top of a rocky surface, and our feet sunk and slipped into it, causing our knees to buckle and slide from underneath us. Mule trains huffed and puffed towards us, locals passing us in both directions breathing hard. A group of men hauled huge metal frames and glass panels past us, grunting with each step that they took. Watching and heading the exertion from After around fifteen minutes of jarring our knees and almost landing on our ...
... though the best part of the meal was probably the potato, cheese and avocado soup. Hopefully, the food will improve as the trip goes on. Retiring to our room for the night and still "sans bag", a final check-in with AA baggage services assures us that my luggage will appear just prior to our 4.30am Galapagos departure. Exhausted and with no more we could do, we climbed into bed for a few precious hours of sleep with our fingers crossed, awaiting the start of tomorrow's great ...
... like little ants! This view was incredible! No need for me to explain just check out the pictures! At the top there is hiking trails that go on for hours. We walked around for awhile and then headed back down the gondola! After this Stacey and I jetted off to spend the afternoon together in Mariscol, which is the very touristy much more put together area! fancy restaurants, bars, shops and lots of business people! Nothing like south Quito! We went to Foch square which is the ...
... then made our way to the Foch area. We thought about going to Finn McCool´s but I was the only foreigner with an ID so we went to G-Spot to eat instead. We had amazing burgers and Tiana gave me a very lovely back massage.
As we started to fade, I caught a cab with Tiana an Rosie.
It was a good thing I ate, as I didn´t see any left overs for me to finish off.
... of Mom's made it.
Spanish went well! Remembered and spoke way more than I thought I would be able to, especially since the cotton-headedness from yesterday hasn't gone away.
Getting through class was a little of a chore today but I managed. Let them out early.
Pseudo-substituted again until the normal teacher showed up. Graded papers for the rest of the period.