Hotel La Casona
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Wow- I'm really not kidding, I have a head over most of them! So we arrived into Quito late in the afternoon of Sunday the 11th of May. Our last travel day and the last full day of the tour. Between Otavalo and Quito we passed the equator for the second time in my travels. There is a monument there where we stopped at- we had a very interesting …
... no time! Today is the election so there is a lot of car horn honking (we pick an inside room for just this reason) and we are still dry (no alcohol...good thing we bought a couple before). So some of the things you need to know about Cuenca… pretty much ALL of the streets are one way (una via), however they actually make sense! If one goes east…the next one goes west, etc. So it is easy to get around without ...
... state, maybe we'll rent bikes and ride the whole distance. We love the ease of shopping in the wonderful produce markets and also the Super Maxi, where we can get whatever we need. We can walk everywhere. We haven't used the buses at all, except for a day trip last week to Sig Sig and Chordeleg, towns about an hour away from Cuenca. The bus costs about $1 an hour, very cheap. We love all the great restaurants in Cuenca and are still discovering new ones although we're ...
... very small and only goes to and from Guayaquil and the other islands. We flew to Guayaquil and took a taxi to our friend Gustavo's apartment. We went out to dinner at a restaurant at the mall. With all five of us stuffed, we went to bed early to get ready for an eventful next day.