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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Victoria Cuenca
Travel Blogs from Cuenca
... we thought, we'll just loop this block and maybe find one before getting back to our hostel. Oh how wrong we were.....
... in the country only because the architects and builders miscalculated the size - they were trying to build the biggest!! It is the second (new) cathedral and was built in 1880. The judicial building was built in the 1600's and is very beautiful!! Next stop - coffee!!! I had a decent cup of coffee - the first since being on the mainland - and after such a disastrous lunch treated myself to a walnut ...
... pretty high to over 4000 metres and has hundreds of picturesque lagoons and mountains. My group are lovely and it's well worth the visit.
Mum and I are finally reunited after a month of us both going solo. Enma kindly offers for mum to stay with me in my room for one night before we head south to Vilcabamba. Another English student, Gareth, arrives on the last night too, so it's a full house.
Mum and I head off in the afternoon ...
... We were offered a herbal drink, with no alcohol this time, to help us recover and then it was back to underground pools before a quick dip in the main temperate pool. The Japanese pool was either closed or under construction so we never got to find out what it was. The spa was closing for the evening anyway, so we showered and shared a taxi back to Cuenca with two German girls, one who lived in Cuenca and other one was going to study in Costa Rica for a year.
... site of a native Canari village that was later conquered by the Incas and called Tomebamba. The city was said to have rivalled Peru's Cuzco for it's beauty, but the glory was short lived and the city was completely destroyed during the Inca civil war. Now a beautiful town full of colonial buildings, cobbled streets, red tiled roofs, wrought iron balconies and 52 impressive churches, one for every Sunday of the year. We did a walking tour of the city, walked ...