Hotel Reina Isabel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Reina Isabel Quito
Very nice hotel, clean & modern
Only rated down to 3 *s because the rooms are completely un-soundproofed! Every footstep, conversation, rattling trolley etc out in the corridor echoes straight into the room crystal clear!
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... a massive burrito apparently fit for two people. So we order that with a beer and margarita. The burrito was definitely a two person meal. I think I could probably put one away myself if I was real hungry, but this burrito was packed full of meat etc and was about 40-50cm long. So we have a good time slowly devouring this beautiful Mexican dish as we think back upon how much we loved Mexico not just for the amazing food, but the cultural side too and we ...
... They decided to move on to a cheaper place and I went to get more saldo (credit) on my phone before going home.
Mike and other gun rights friends, you might find this interesting. Armored truck messengers carry shotguns in Quito. Otherwise, I hear owning guns in Quito is illegal. I believe they are allowed in the country, on farms and the like though.
Had more lovely encounters with those of the opposite gender today. Bathing in body spray ...
... Our driver, who is a small town man from teeny Mindo, kept looking back at me in the rearview mirror and saying "Mucho traffico!" to which we said, "Yeah, no ****"(not really). Finally he said "If we would have left half an hour earlier, we would have missed all this traffic". To which we had no reply.
Finally we got to Puembo, near the airport. After we barely spotted the teeny handpainted sign that said "Hacienda su Merced", ...
... worth the visit. the trek down a very steep windy path however was not. Only just recovering from our colds, the hike was perhaps a little premature! In any case, we had a great day. We were dropped off in the 'new town', a not so desirable location for us. Only really being safe from muggings in the main square, we ate at an overpriced restaurant, before getting a taxi back to our hostel. Strangely, most restaurant are closed on Sundays, which meant we couldn't eat at our 'local'. ...
... t care about anything but food! We had been up early to leave Medellin Colombia and had hardly eaten and now it was 7pm. We dropped our bags and walked 3 and a half blocks to a restaurant recommended by the hostel, yet another thing you're not supposed to do in Quito: walk at night. But the desk clerks said we would be fine and I was starving! The restaurant made Italian food and I ate a giant plate of pasta. It was amazing. There was a loud and annoying group of young travellers ...