La Casa del Suizo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Casa del Suizo Quito
This place was awesome. The grounds were absolutely beautiful, so many trees and flowers. There were personal huts all over the property with thatched roofs. Most of the rooms had an open ended porch with a huge hammock. The meals were wonderful! The pool was large, cool, clean and very inviting. Can not beat the ambiance at this lovely resort!
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Quick update. Arrived back in Quito today from the idyllic Galapagos. We were greeted by some pretty ominous looking skies as we dropped in to land. Dark clouds shrouded the mountains, and visibility was notably obscured over the city. The attached photo shows the cause - taken from the bus on the way into the city. The Cotopaxi volcano has been erupting for the ...
... is a rather uncommon occurrence. They all did very well on the oral, Jacob informed me. Karina didn't show up, but she had passed anyway so that was a relief. Just sad I didn't get her in the group photo I had Jacob take before I went to do Karissa's oral exam. Nicole did show up, so there was that at least.
Got my End of the Cycle Paperwork done and turned in.
Placement exam went by smoothly. Wish today was the last day ...
... Ecuador but today did manage to sort out our trip to Galapagos leaving tomorrow morning spending two extra days there after the boat then back to Quito and then to the Amazon for 3 nights. So seems as though the planning went well. Looking forward to Galapagos. Walking around Quito is good and has a very relaxed vibe. It has a relatively ...
... out to dinner. The hotel restaurant was closed so I had to venture out into the scary city at night. Went to a nice looking restaurant close to the hotel. Menu was in Spanish, Aaron no hablo español. Managed to order a Carbonara type pasta dish which was nice. Back to the hotel for an early night. Up at 5:30am tomorrow for a long day of ...
Class went by fast; of course, we knew we only had morning classes so that might've had something to do with it.
Went to Amaretti, a sandwich shop on Reina Victoria south of Plaza Foch, for lunch with Emma, Caitlen, Jess, Chris and Evelyn. I covered Emma's meal in exchange for her covering me last night. The sandwiches were quite good, if a more expensive than almuerzos.
After Spanish class I met with Karissa and Jess to discuss our ...