Hotel Sol De Oriente Internacional
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Travel Blogs from Guayaquil
... for the big lizards. It was very clean and green albeit small. But it had loads of iguanas. It was cool. They just hang out here and have their picture taken a gazillion times a day. They are not locked in, it's not a zoo, it's just a park to hang out in.
Along the estuary that Guayaquil is built on is this huge tourist attraction/kiddy fun park/historical monuments/museum strip. So I walked all along this. It was on the list of must see things that a few people had told me ...
... The river dumps into the Pacific so a lot of commerce comes through this city. We arrived late in the afternoon and the weather reminded me of home. It was hot and humid and I was starting to get a little homesick. As away to make the city more attractive and inviting to tourists, the city has built a long pedestrian area that follows the river through downtown called the Malecon. One end goes towards a ...
I have always wanted to go to a football match in Latin America. This might seem strange when you consider that although I loved playing football whenever I had the opportunity, I have never been much of a football watcher. I've only ever been to one professional football match in the UK, when I was at university in Swansea (Swansea City vs. Blackpool in 2005; Swansea won 3-2) and although I love watching international matches, I've never really supported any particular club. ...
... pumping early hiking up to see Lake Darwin and climbed up to see an extinct volcano crater and an amazing lava flow into the sea. Nexr was a great ride around the foreshore where we spied penguins,flightless cormorants,brown pelicans, swimming turtles, flying fish. Blue g Footed boobies. Yesthere is more. Snorkled - yep me!!My first deep snorkle, and I came face to face with a turtle, mind blowing, chased one ...
... we went to Sushi Isao, the same sushi place we went to last October, because I remembered it being very good. Apparently itīs the only sushi place in Guayaquil that is actually owned by a Japanese and has Japanese chefs - there are quite a few sushi places here but they arenīt as genuine. There were about 10 of us there. One or two ordered individual things but most of us shared two īboatsī, which have 54 pieces of sushi in each ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed