Address: Amazonas N20-20 y 18 de Septiembre, Quito, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Amazonas N20-20 y 18 de Septiembre, Quito, is near Intinan Museum, Quito Historical Old Town Tour, La Virgin del Panecillo, and Parque El Ejido.
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Travel Blogs from Quito

Checking into Luxury

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Feb 28, 2015

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... crash out and look forward to a day of nothing tomorrow as we will surely spend a lot of time thinking back upon the greatest day of our lives that occurred twelve moths ago. Best moment: there are too many.. 1) seeing the amazing roses display in our hotel room. 2) being unable to wipe the smile off my face when I walked into our room. 3) skyping my parents as I hadn't spoken to them In a while. 4) blow drying my hair for the first time in 3 months. 5) ...

Cultural Differences

A travel blog entry by jackie.laba on Feb 26, 2015

... to the house smelling like bread. I don't think that's what's on the menu, but I can hope!

Turns out it was corn bread. Not dissimilar from what Mom serves at home.

We had guests: Sandra invited her two friends from Italy over. Still unable to communicate, but it was a nice dinner nonetheless.

I took a nap and went to bed early, been feeling a little off since last night. Not feeling hungry and a little nauseous. Hopefully I feel better tomorrow.

Goodbye South America

A travel blog entry by jessieanddavid on Jan 22, 2015

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This morning we woke up and went for some breakfast on the terrace and enjoyed the views for the last time before we leave. Our flight is at 3pm and were now just waiting in the hostel for our taxi. It's been an amazing trip and we've had some unforgettable experiences but there's plenty more to ...

Wandering in Quito

A travel blog entry by mmmike on Jan 13, 2015

... and post-primary schools - and all of them were neatly dressed in well-designed school uniforms. Interestingly, most of the girls' uniforms were based on tartan skirts of various colours. Unlike Peru, education is patently highly valued by society; in Peru many of the young people only have access to rudimentary primary level education and many do not even have that. We stopped in one of the main squares - Plaza Grande - for a coffee and, while sitting there in the ...


A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Jan 12, 2015

... understand. But nope, it took a while until the light finally dawned and Messiah went next door to straighten the matter out leaving me in charge of the front desk: the till and the phones and what not. I’d have done okay if an English speaker had called.

Messiah came back commenting that I was very honest – this was in regards to returning the shirt. Ha, if had been his shirt I’d have traded it for my $10.00.

The meal ...