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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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Hot tub

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          Travel Blogs from Ibarra

          Latitude with Attitude at an Altitude

          A travel blog entry by jsquaredink on May 05, 2015

          2 comments, 4 photos

          ... was discovered and mapped by a French geodesic expedition team in 1736. In 1936 the government of Equador built a monument to commemorate its 200th anniversary. Another monument was built in 1979 to mark its supposed precise position. Modern GPS shows that the line is 240 m to the north of the line! Oops. Don't despair there is a local private attraction known as Intinan Solar Museum ... The ...

          Otavalo to Papallacta

          A travel blog entry by chakotai on Mar 15, 2015

          26 photos

          ... vendors sell local fruits and the strawberries look delicious ! They are only $1.00 a punnet :) Climbing up to over 4,000m and my ears are popping like crazy but I bought some coca lollies in the market yesterday to help and they seem to be working :) As we cross over the Andes the tree line is changing too! A species called polycarpes only grows at 4000 to 4500m is prolific... Trout farms are everywhere as well. ...

          Leaving the North of Ecuador

          A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Mar 03, 2015

          ... people at the markets, and the lady that sells me the Quimbolitoes, and I miss all these super young folks who have come and gone. Such is travel. Such is life.

          I wonder should I have gotten out more? Written less? Written more? Gotten out less? But I don’t wonder about it very much. The mix of work and fun is what it was. If I were to do all fun and no work, or the opposite, (which is unlikely) it will be the right thing. And ...

          Writing, Land & Food, and Ibarra

          A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Feb 15, 2015

          ... to collect the water so that it doesn’t rush onto their fields. Trees and windrows are left in the fields for water absorption, and shade which is much needed at these elevations when the sun is blistering down.

          I noticed several ‘farms’ sloping up gullies similar to the one described over lunch. All in all this is blessed country with great farmland and a great climate. I m not sure where it would be better.

          As we approached Ibarra ...


          A travel blog entry by fernbob on Feb 10, 2015

          10 photos

          ... 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 ...

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