Oro Verde Cuenca Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
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... a big old-fashioned metal key that looked more than 50 years old.
Anne had done some Lonely Planet research on places to eat so we set out to explore. Three blocks up was the main square with a huge brick-built cathedral on one side and the square was again the focal point of local strolling people. These South American squares are always amply provided with benches on which to sit and relax. As we were crossing the square we were greeted in ...
Very very long drive today from Riobamba to Cuenca. But again, the countryside was fascinating. Life just passes by on a bus and I love getting a glimpse into the lives of the everyday people..
First stop was at an NGO project Inti Sisa, begun 15 years ago by a Belgian. The foundation supports a number of educational projects for the town of Guamote and its surrounding communities. For example: they have some out-dated computers where adults can ...
... to the pharmacy to get some motion sickness and Tylenol medication. It was really cheap and we got 28 motion sickness tablets for $2.20. After we had what we needed we made our way back to our room to use the internet and update Facebook with our photos of Ecuador. At lunchtime we went for a walk around the city and took lots of nice photos of all the lovely buildings, ...
... a beautiful day too with the sun shining the whole time, so it was a great day to get out for a walk.
I considered getting a taxi back into town, but since I’ve been really lazy the last few days, i decided to walk. It was a nice hour long walk back into the center of Cuenca, and it just reinforced how safe it feels here. I came back to the hostel and chilled for a bit before meeting up with a ...
... an extensive garden and crops display which was thoroughly peaceful and interesting walking the paths culminating in a small avairy displaying toucans, macaws, parrots and 2 eagles. It was a beautiful clear sunny day making the walks that much more enjoyable and very few people visiting too. We walmed back into town and looked at a few more churches and climbed up to the tower of the cathedral looking out over the blue tiled domes of the cathedral and the red rooves of the ...