Hotel Inca Real
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Inca Real Cuenca
Traditional Spanish style hotel with rooms open from courtyards. Good location for visiting the sites of Cuenca. We got a strange room that only had a window into the courtyard, but was at the front of the hotel. A vent to the front of the hotel made sure we heard the traffic outside on the busy road.
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... my CS host was Adán. He was a great host and my first new friend on my adventure. He's a runner and has been to many parts of my country, the USA. I was surprised to hear that his favorite place in the whole country is Burlington, VT. Thanks to Adán, I also met Nico, from Salta, Argentina. Nico was a mochilero (backpacker) like me and he was selling a cookie sandwich called alfajor to fund his travels. He was going north, while I ...
... we walked to the Pumapungo Museum, housed in the Central Bank Building, only 20 minutes away. The museum occupies three floors and has some beautiful Incan artifacts and interesting dioramas of life in early Ecuadorian times. Also on display were some shrunken heads, which unfortunately were housed in glass cylinders and in very low light. Not a pretty sight!
Outside the museum we wandered through the archaeological park. Not ...
... working on construction building sites are wearing helmet, uniform, protection
Meeting with Daniel and Alyson in the "Hotel Check Inn". Very basic hotel located right in the center, next to the Central Park. The best of it really is their roof view. We had a room with no window, you could hear the whole hostel from your room. The breakfast is ****, made quickly by the staff which only woke up before 8am to make it. They first said ...
Cuenca is a gorgeous, spanish colonial city. We set out early and had a walk along the rio Tomebambo, that divides the city, old and new. It was a lovely area and hard to believe we were in the middle of the city. Went to the Pumapungo Museo. Interesting to learn about the different ethnic groups that inhabited Ecuador. Unfortunately, not all of the information had ...
... It was
exactly like looking outside a plane window. We then drove through the highest
points which were in the Cajas National Park, a very scenic location of small
streams and alpine lakes. Then finally down to Cuenca. Our hotel is on the edge
of the old town and the mini van dropped us off not far from one of the bus
stations. We were not sure where we were, so eventually we flagged down a taxi
that took us to ...