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- Fitness/Health center
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Concierge desk
- Business Services
- Meal plan
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... around us with just nine churches in about a kilometre on the Main Street but unfortunately no photos allowed inside these. I headed for the main city square with its beautiful cathedral, president's residence and the bishop's palace. Quite an important part of the city. The weather was really warming up so I decided to return to the hotel and find my travelling companions. What I found was one very unwell ...
... moment when a gentleman I passed asked if I was special forces or military in general. Of course, my answer was no. Then he asked if I was Canadian, again, of course no. I didn't stay to chat and ask why he was asking those questions as I was running a little late (seems to be the theme today) but it was an interesting encounter.
I made it a few minutes early, so I took a seat at the bar and the bartender gave me a sample of their honey ...
... interesting historical tidbits along the way. We stopped at the second tallest active volcano in the world, which was just as impressive as it sounds.
We continued on our journey, stopping briefly for a bathroom break and some delicious bizcotos. We chose whether we wanted them with chocolate, coffee, or cheese. Again, we filed back into the bus, and drove to the market place.
As soon as we arrived to our destination, Victor led us through the mass ...
... We went to a beautiful Roman Catholic church modeled after Notre Dame, with the steeples reaching to Heaven. The only thing they did different was the gargoyles are Ecuadorean animals. Interestingly, this church was originally funded by the government in 1884. But in 1885, the government turned the construction over saying it was a religious commitment. The Church was able to obtain some money from the ...
... to say the least.
The last night was my kick up the **** to get out of Quito after we were walking through the Old Town on a deserted Sunday night and we saw copious amounts of blood and a trail leading to a blood soaked t-shirt and a pool of blood. It really produced quite a strong emotional reaction from me as I've never seen that amount of blood before so, we picked our step up and got back to the hostel sooner rather than later.