Le Parc Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Parc Hotel Quito
Three rooms per floor so more like suites. There is a rose outside each door which means there is a nice smell, unusual touch. Breakfast is good and the meals in the restaurant tasty and similar prices to restaurants around the area. The hotel is not on the main road but a road parallel but you can hear events happening in the park. The hop on hop off bus is nearby so although this hotel is not near the Old town, the bus makes it very accessible. Note taxis to the old town were about 6$ each way
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Arrived late, got briefing on Sacha Lodge trip and and repacking.
Got up at our usual time but all packed and ready to go. Said goodbye to the crew and the passengers who are staying on board and then off to the airport a mere 5 minutes away. We got through customs quickly but then sat in a hot departures hall with absolutely no facilities except seats. Flew back to Quito again via Guayacuil, landing one hour …
We decided to start our tour of Quito by going on the Hop on Hop off bus which started just around the corner from the hotel. We got off in the Old Town and followed the tour from my Lonely Planet book walking past the places we had already visited on our previous visit. It turned out that we had visited most of the highlights but it was nice to …
Traveling on a bus in Quito is a slightly precarious activity. It charged through narrow streets, squeezed around many tight corners, was often on the wrong side of the road and made unsettling brake sounds when easing down a startlingly steep hill. Somehow it didn't hit anything and we are ever grateful that the brakes worked. From the top …
Proctoring the exams went decently well, though I ran into a hiccup with the listening section for my students. They donīt have enough CDs and CD players for each teacher to actually have their own. I ran to Karissaīs class to grab hers after she grabbed it from John.
And more placement exams! At least I donīt have to grade them by hand. Not looking forward to doing that tonight and tomorrow. Not that I got as many graded as I would have liked.