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Travel Blogs from Quito
Today was the start of our tour that we booked that would last 38 days, taking us from Quito to La Paz in Bolivia. The first day was only a welcome day with a meeting in the evening to get to know the group and allow our tour leader to explain what the next 6 weeks were going to be about. We checked out our hostel and got the last bits we needed in …
Joined the Oasis trip from Quito to Quito by truck.
truck is Freida.
Andy and Anna.
Andy and Kerry (met at Language School).
Peter (met at Language School).
Sarah (met at Language School). Just graduated
Tony, (will be joined by his other half Paul …
So today hasn't turned out to be the best of days. It started with me waking at 5am. Four hours later I had my breakfast and hung out in my room until 12 when I had to check out. In that time I stupidly found more bad reviews about small group sizes, unprofessional and uninterested tour guides and poor hygiene when cooking for ourselves. Why oh why …
We had a pretty smooth and uneventful flight from Boston to Quito, Ecuador via Washington Dulles and Panama City. However on our final leg of the trip while descending into Quito's new international airport, it felt like a combination of riding the Big Dipper roller coaster and a boat being tossed around in a storm. The landing finished with the …
The Old Town was declared a World Heritage site in 1978. The area was founded in 1534 and is a wonderful place to walk around to view amazing churches, old colonial architecture and capture the essence of Quito.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
No free wifi but clean rooms and private bedrooms, en-suit and TV.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.