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

    Swimming with the Sharks!

    A travel blog entry by katiehallberg on Aug 15, 2015

    33 photos

    ... gigantic sea turtles!

    It was a spectacular way to end our trip in ...

    The medicinal chocolate

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on May 02, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... the mud and animals. It was the 3rd anniversary of the farmers union and they were choosing a carnival queen (or equivalent). It seemed a little out of place, and the girl being given a sash didn't seem particularly pleased either. Perhaps being Miss Farmers Union 2015 wasn't her greatest ambition!

    We left the market, the animals still desperate to not to leave with their new owners. We drove up and up. We had been advised by Sandra that we MUST eat chocolate, as we ...

    Riobamba to Guamote to Alausi to Cuenca!!

    A travel blog entry by chakotai on Mar 19, 2015

    33 photos

    ... after management sorted out the hot water and power blackouts it was a very restful night. Feeling a little better I started back on my red wine explorations..... Maybe that's why I slept so well? lol Travelling through the countryside and the farms are covered with crops of quinoa and broccoli. The people at one time were very poor as the church owned the land and the natives worked for free. A local Monseignor Leonids proano petitioned the church to give the ...


    A travel blog entry by fernbob on Feb 22, 2015

    2 comments, 56 photos

    ... modern methods. The hats are still made by the indiginous people who live in the surrounding villages. They can spend months weaving the strands of treated palm fiber into the shapes and styles of hats. These are then brought to a place like this museum/factory, where they are treated, pressed and then finished for sale. Some hats, depending on the number of fibers used in the weave, can cost up to $900US! The workmanship, colours, and the ...

    Courting the clouds to Cuenca

    A travel blog entry by mmmike on Jan 23, 2015

    ... a group of four 14-year-old girls in school uniforms. Like most 14-year-olds just released from school, they had already put on their lipstick ready for the next encounter with the boys. We had a short conversation with the girls, whose English proved not to extend beyond the initial "Hello" and took a couple of photos.
    Having checked on a couple of restaurants on the list we settled on the one that was billed as Spanish tapas. It turned out to be ...