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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... fast asleep for nearly 3 hours.
Guayaquil is the largest city in Ecuador, although more industrial and business oriented than scenic. We chose to start here because it's a closer jumping off point for the Galapagos. It has undergone some serious urban renewal in the last decade though, especially along the riverfront. We walked down to the river after we woke up and then along ...
So here we are - our last night in Ecuador. It's hard to believe we've been gone nearly 2 weeks. It seems like it was just yesterday that we were climbing those steps to the top of the basilica in Quito.
Guayaquil is a completely different city from Quito. It is very cosmopolitan - with a beautiful "Malecon" or boardwalk. It was completed in 2000 and is complete with botanical gardens, food courts, museums, and a shopping mall. Very impressive, and ...
... on the menus displayed and had to rely on pictures. After selecting one option, Jane thought that she had successfully communicated that she wanted Combo #2 without the pork chops. The bill ended up being the full price and the item was presented with two nasty looking slabs of emaciated, rubbery flesh covering the white rice and tablespoon of lentils. The only thing predictable was the ubiquitous $2 bottle of Pilsner beer. A skinny little cat was ...
... Patriots loss last week, and got to see them crush Minnesota today.
I only left the hostel to pick up something for lunch at halftime during the Pats game, and that was it. I even stayed in at night and got a pizza delivered so I could watch the Sunday night game while relaxing. It was a pretty perfect day. I’m feeling a little more relaxed ...
Up at 6.45 for breakfast 8.00 am disembark for Isla Santiago Island Wet landing, hiked 90 mins saw heaps of Marine Iguana's, Blue footed Boobies, sea Lions, Fur Seals, huge crabs, Galapogos Herons, finches. 12.00 pm back to boat for lunch 2.30. To Bartolommeo Island to Snorkel Saw ...