Hotel Italia

Address: Avenida Huayna Capac y Av. Espana , Cuenca, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenida Huayna Capac y Av. Espana , 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

    April- My Birthday and Cuenca Take 2

    A travel blog entry by falalomia on May 01, 2015

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    Friends, family, and Hhds Rotary Club,

    April was a very relaxed month. This month started off with Easter, which was pretty much a normal day because my host family is not religious. However, I was able to try a typical Ecuadorian soup eaten during holy week, Fanesca. It has many different types of grains and beans in it, as well as a salted fish from the Galapagos. It was delicious.

    We spent a lot of time at the beach ...

    Transit to Montanita

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Mar 13, 2015

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    ... rude people, so I throw the bags out to create a barricade and each time they try sneak past, just step to the side slightly with my other backpack closing any gaps and blocking their path. The bus takes off on time at 1400 and I'm straight back into the book, while Leesh throws the earphones in and sits back to enjoy the scenery. Guayaquil seems an interesting city as we drive out. We had been told it's a waste to go there as its not much. And I agree. But it had townhouse ...


    A travel blog entry by fernbob on Feb 22, 2015

    2 comments, 56 photos

    ... well stocked with all the popular items the locals need. A thing that we haven't seen on the shelves is soup in cans. The soup here is the Maggi brand and sold in packets. Tomato soup is conspicuous by its absence, and we only found peanut butter in one supermarket. The prices for fresh fruits and vegetables are reasonably priced, however all imported goods are more expensive and the prices are fixed. There is a large variety of fruits, some ...

    Bus from Baños to Cuenca, via Ambato

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

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    ... came on selling the benefits of raw gingseng. He got a few takers. These entrepreneurial vignettes continued throughout the trip. On the bright side, the scenery on the ride is spectacular. The road zigzags through huge green mountains, and at points it feels more like a plane as you ride above misty clouds and faraway peaks. Around 7.5 hours later, and only a bit behind schedule, we pulled into the Cuenca terminal. I collected my bag, grabbed a cab and headed off to my first ...

    French toast?

    A travel blog entry by cb797 on Jan 16, 2015

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    ... being boiled with tannins until reduced to the size of a man's fist. Despite the horrific eeriness of the tzanta - they became a commodity and subject to significant trading giving rise to numerous fake replicas created from the remains of unclaimed corpses and animal parts. Christian missionaries penetrated the regions and eventually the culture of tzantza died out - or so it is said.

    The museum was the site of some awesome Inca ...