Imperio Del Sol Hotel

Address: P.O.Box 1557, Ibarra, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on P.O.Box 1557, Ibarra, is near La Merced Church (Iglesia de la Merced).
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    Travel Blogs from Ibarra

    Ultratrail - Mitad del Mundo

    A travel blog entry by cb797 on Apr 12, 2015

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    ... in Kichwa, means 'cloud of water' or 'fog' and is a now inhabited and cultivated collapsed caldera about 40 minutes from Quito. The race's finishing line provided possibly the most beautiful I've seen since arriving in Ecuador.

    The trail itself was tough - and possibly walking boots would have been more appropriate! Dirt tracks and fine-material scree slopes are not fun for any asthmatic and/or contact lens wearer! Geared up with my mandatory whistle, ...

    Birds, Dogs, Farms, Pigs, Cows and 'waygos'

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Mar 06, 2015

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    Down, down to Otavalo. Found a street I knew. Check to make sure I was going in the right direction with a security guard at a bank. He was carrying an automatic weapon, looked me over with eyes like flint but was very helpful. Nice guy.

    To the central park, sit and rest and have a cone with some kind of whip cream instead of ice cream. I’m well hydrated and have a few handfuls of peanuts. After a rest I head towards home and on ...

    Writing, Land & Food, and Ibarra

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Feb 15, 2015

    ... and they are just a disaster – add in Johnnie and bebops wailing in the background and I’m likely to spend the afternoon fending off depression.

    A lot of fruit is eaten. Mangoes by the hoard. Lots of juice. But there is a lot of coke and pop everywhere. Huge truckloads of empty bottles go rattling by regularly – Warren Buffet’s coke stocks are paying dividends.

    I rode the bus to Ibarra and back today - about an hour and a ...


    A travel blog entry by fernbob on Feb 10, 2015

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    ... community. When the Spanish arrived, they immediately put the indigenous people to work building the town's infrastructure as well as reclaiming the salt from the earth. This worked for a while, but then the 'white man's' diseases started to kill off the labour force. The Spanish, ever resourceful, imported slaves from Africa and the people here are the result of the slave trade!

    There is not a salt mine as ...

    Market Day in Otavolo

    A travel blog entry by ironap on Jan 31, 2015

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    ... must watch your wallet. It was nothing of the sort. The market was extremely calm and safe. We again needed to find an ATM. We finally left with a couple of alpaca scarves and the painting. Bernardo was a real asset. We would never had gotten through the day without him. It was well worth having him as a guide.

    Lunch, Bernardo's recommendation was a restaurant on the Main Street called El Otavilito. This restaurant ...

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