La Colina Suites

La Colina N26-119, Orellana Avenue, Quito, 17135, Ecuador | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on La Colina N26-119, Orellana Avenue, Quito, is near Intinan Museum, Maquipucuna Cloud Forest Reserve, Green Horse Ranch, and Museum of Modern Art (Museo de Arte Moderno).
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    Bienvenido at Quito

    A travel blog entry by sa2014frda on Aug 25, 2014

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... shower....check up the pictures... I was happy to meet David after 3 week away from each other. I also met my cousin who was working in Colombia before. I met Tristan in my hostel and we went for a very nice dinner in town. We went to eat to the restaurant called Teatrum, an Ecuador gastronomic restaurant. It was the best so far of our trip, also the most expansive...David wanted to make that night special. We are living in the old colonial Quito, North side. It is ...

    Quito is Cuel

    A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jul 12, 2014

    ... less than an hour and caught a taxi back to the hotel and picked up our gear to go to the border a few kms away. We were dropped across the river and somehow we knew that we'd crossed into Ecuador and so we had to walk back to Colombia side and get exit stamps before proceding back to Ecuador. Quickly we were in a collectivo taxi (Shared taxi) taking us to the town to get a bus to Quito the capital. It all went very smoothly and we were on our way very quickly by 11am. The bus ...

    Quito sightseeing and traffic

    A travel blog entry by benschulz01 on Jun 11, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... the roads that you are guaranteed to sit for a while wherever you want to go. Since this capital city is in the mountains, the roads are typical mountain roads. Narrow, steep, and some are rough. Surprisingly, most of the cars are from Asia. Toyota, Honda, Hyundai, etc. Latin America is a huge market and I'm going I really want to find out why US car makers haven't tapped into this huge market. On our return to Cumbaya, we stopped by the familia restaurant. Cindy's family ...

    To the Peruvian Wonder of the World...

    A travel blog entry by mandl_ontherun on May 05, 2014

    35 photos

    ... bubbling away at 5,000 metres above sea level and flamingoes wading through sulphurous lakes. The culmination of the trek came on the last day when we arrived at the salt flats. Armed with what was essentially a bag of rubbish (an empty wine bottle, pringles tubes, etc.) we proceeded to spend an hour trying to orchestrate the best pictures we could (not as easy as it looks!), which included all the boys getting naked - any excuse!

    From Uyuni, where ...

    Quito and Couch Surfing Adventures

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on May 05, 2014

    42 photos

    ... meaning 'little bread loaf', is a large hill south of the old town topped by a massive statue of La Virgen de Quito (Virgin of Quito) and with awesome views of the city; La Companion Jesuit Church; the Basilica, possibly the most amazing church I have ever seen - we paid a couple of dollars to be able to climb all the way to the top of the towers (where Casey nearly passed out from the height and the insubstantial stairways and gangplanks required to get there!); and the Iglesia ...