Le Parc Hotel
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... town to a store that Fabs knows about. We walked through a couple beautiful old plazas with massive churches and old colonial buildings. It was really pretty. We walked passed so many groups of policemen and federal policemen. When we came upon the Presidents house we were surprised to see that it was full of people wearing green and carrying signs. Another protest! We also saw the group from the mall setting up some signs ...
... off to Cotopaxi National Park to stay at the Secret Garden Hostel which I remember my brother Andy raving about when he came back from South America. He was not wrong! The hostel is actually situated just outside the National Park and is like visiting a cosy ski lodge in Europe. Whilst expensive ($80 p/night for us two as opposed to the usual $20ish) you are greeted with a cup of mulled wine (or Gluhwein if you are de Alemania) ...
... stood out being old grey and European looking:) Anyway we decided to go on the shuttle bus with one of the new couples on our dinner table, Veronica and Bill, who come from South Australia, but originate from Leamington! Same place Dawn in England came from, they did find out they knew of her family through friends, small world. First stop was a craft market, found most of the ship there buying Panama hats ...
... Never seen anything like it. We also went past and had a look at the very first church for Quito, which belongs to the San Franciscan monks. We also could have lined up to go and see the President of Ecuador, but we unfortunately didn't have enough time After the walking tour, we got back on the bus and headed back towards our hotel. Some people got off and went to a market to have a look around, the rest of us went back to the hotel to relax and ...
... towers and out onto balconies for great views. As we climbed the tower an amazing thunder storm hit the city. It was very eerie having huge thunder claps booming while we were up in the church roof. Regan was braver than me and climbed up to the top of the towers and watched the lightning strike the hills around the city. We walked back to the hotel looking for a supermarket to pick up a bottle of wine and some cheese and ...