Le Parc Hotel
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... part of Quito) to check it out. I didn't bring my ID card so I didn't actually go into any of the clubs (discotecks). Only got obviously leered at a few times, got more than a couple second glances but was otherwise left more or less alone. I feel slightly guilty for the one exception: one guy introduced himself and was obviously looking for some company but my lack of ID gave me an excuse. He was the first and only person ...
... from Google maps, we would have been better just heading to a bigger and better park closer in town. But not ones to give up (too quick), we jumped on a bus and head into central Quito and came across a little park called Parque La Alameda which has a Venice like feel to it with a waterway where you can rent little gondolas and paddle boats and have a bit of fun. So we parked up a spot on the grass and tucked into our sandwiches as we do some ...
... back from the war. We are prosperous. We can afford to travel around the world. The Americans, not so much any more."
He stopped and looked at us. "You are not Americans, I am assuming."
"We ARE Americans", I said, gently, because I knew it would disappoint him.
"Hmph. It is easy for you travel here. The same time zone. The same money. You should learn German."
He was wearing a sweater over ...
... enough churches and we were already very impressed with the church we saw yesterday covered in gold! We had a traditional lunch at some place Mark had read about (you've noticed this is a theme right!? - he has a thing for food!) I tried really hard not to eat too much at breakfast because I just can't eat a full breakfast and lunch and dinner. It's too much! I still only picked at lunch. When we were done we walked to the new town which was about 30 minutes away to find the ...
... gringos there and they treated us like celebrity guests. They kept grabbing our hand and getting us out on the dance floor, we had a lovely dinner of some local food washed down by many Pilsener and local whiskey try kept force feeding us. A really great experience, our new friend Steve (a volunteer guide from our lodge) was a bit of a cheap drunk but a great time was had by ...