Oro Verde Cuenca Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Oro Verde Cuenca Hotel
Travel Blogs from Cuenca
... 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 ...
... open. Luckily, I thought ahead and change into my shorts and singlet out of my tights and long shirt and just as I do, we arrive at the bus station at 1240hrs. We head in and the bus station is like a shopping mall, air-conditioned, shops and cafes everywhere which is nice. We find the ticket office for our final bus to Montanita and pay another $6 each. We head up to level 2 and go to our gate and hang out until the next bus at 1400. We sit down, eat our lunch and wire into the bus ...
... working on construction building sites are wearing helmet, uniform, protection
Meeting with Daniel and Alyson in the "Hotel Check Inn". Very basic hotel located right in the center, next to the Central Park. The best of it really is their roof view. We had a room with no window, you could hear the whole hostel from your room. The breakfast is ****, made quickly by the staff which only woke up before 8am to make it. They first said ...
... six times, and my water bottle kept getting bigger and bigger. At one point we drove straight through the clouds and ended up near the top of a mountain above the clouds. The scenery was absolutely stunning, but unfortunately I couldn’t get a good picture from the van. The driver was obviously in a hurry and was still driving over 60mph through the clouds when you couldn’t see more than ...
... climb that took us to over
4000 metres. The scenery at the start of the climb was of a cloud forest with
very green thick vegetation and then we climbed into the clouds before emerging
above the clouds to full sunshine. The vegetation changed to alpine and when we
had a short stop for the driver to have lunch at a lookout spot you could look
down into the valleys but only so far before the blanket of cloud ...