Hotel Inca Real
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and small bushes but frequently interspersed with cultivated fields - but they are about twice as high and twice as steep and the valleys drop away about 500m (1600 ft) below the road. Though the day was largely sunny, our height was such that we periodically went into banks of cloud that capped or collared the mountains.
The bus journey of six hours began with a taxi to the Riobamba bus station just before 9:00am and the driver made a prompt ...
... had been gutting for pizza for a few weeks now and looked up Fabiano's which although was closed at 9pm when we arrived, Claire successfully negotiated our entry. The pizzas were delicious but absolutely massive and Parkie failed on his man vs food challenge on the extra large pizza which is apparently usually shared by 3 people. That said, I couldn't finish the medium one and needed about 2 litres of water throughout the night. ...
... os et notre idée de prendre un bus de nuit vers Cuenca économisant ainsi une nuit à l'hôtel contre une autre journée complète à Baños. Premier bus à 10h30 pour Riobamba, arrivé à 14h30 sous la pluie. Le deuxième prévu à 22h30. On a donc passé l'après-midi/soir (au lieu de voir un peu de cette ville) assis dans un café à boire thé, cafés, rester au chaud et éviter ...
... after so long on the road and sometimes need time out from the rush to see and do. Monday July 21st. Cuenca springs into the work week and we head out also by 9am for breakfast and into the city centre with it's beautiful square, tall pine trees surrounded by the massive cathedral and governing buildings all colonial in style. The city hop on hop off bus beckons and we take the 2 hour tour at 10.30. It winds through the old narrow streets and theres a bilingual commentary which ...
... there a bit early we walked around the grounds which had some I refreshing ruins and a small aviary with a bunch of parrots, a couple toucans, and some hawks and falcons. The museum itself was made up of two floors, the first floor being an art gallery and an interactive cultural section, and the second having different displays of different times and regions in Ecuadorean and South American cultures. My favorite part was definitely the shrunken heads, as they had ...