Hotel Sol De Oriente Internacional
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on towards the seaside.
We passed some cool architecture before reaching the riverside. There was a big cool esplanade thing built along the river called the Malecon 2000. There were big viewing towers here to look over the really huge river. We walked along the esplanade to a cool colourful neighbourhood called Las Penas. There were heaps of houses on the side of a hill which were all painted different colours.
After seeing this we decided to head back to the ...
... da in diesen Busse immer eine Verkaufsshow stattfindet. Kaum gestartet wurde schon das erste Produkt beworben. Ein Geschichtsbuch über ganz Ecuador das recht groß und schwer aussah. Also nichts für Backpacker. Nach einer halben Stund betrat ein neuer Verkäufer den Bus. Nun wurde uns erklärt das wir alles Süße essen können was wir wollten und dabei auch noch abnehmen würden mit der angepriesenen Schlankheits ...
... all the way back to the shopping centre, parked the car and came up with us to the cafe. He questioned the staff and they said they did have it but didn't know where it was and had to locate it. After much stuffing around, they finally withdrew it from a cupboard below the counter. We were so relieved to get it back that we didn't check it at the time and believed that Nestor was the only reason we got it back at all.
Back in our room, Bob discovered that his ...
... my ticket. Then got another water and a powerade which I drank in one - so thirsty. Had to queue to get on bus but quite nice once on. Glad paid extra 15 dollars for VIP as got own TVS and bigger seats that reclined further. Sat next to Canadian Eric. We struggled with the entertainment system not knowing which films were in English and which weren't and nothing else worked including the wifi. Also no charging points for devices ...
... something we're not used to - eggs with dinner. It's no doubt because meat is generally not something that most normal people can afford to eat every day, they supplement for protein with the eggs. Unusual for us, but nevertheless delicious.
And now we are here relaxing, preparing for tomorrow when we will visit the historical park before heading to the airport and Panama City. Stay tuned for the final instalment of Lynn and Kate's Excellent ...