Mansion Alcazar Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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So having made my way back to Quito and stayed in La Rabida for one more night. I decided to eat out and stumbled across a restaurant that rather bizarrely served only fondue - it turned out to be rather good! The following morning I was collected by Bonnie, my charming guide for the next few days, and we set off to the station. On the …
... decided we better do our obligatory monthly sight seeing of a church so popped into one in town for a few seconds just to say we had done the touristy church thing. We then followed the river through town to a ruins site which typically was shut for the day. We saw our first lot of inca ruins the next day after catching a two hour bus out to them. The Ingapirca ruins are the biggest in Ecuador and luckily we had a guide take us ...
... Great displays of costume. Shrunken heads were a feature - amazing Outside and behind the museum are the ruins of Tomebambo, Incan city. Very little of the actual city but the tiers on the hillside, including a tunnel in the fourth tier were interesting. Walking further around the site, there are gardens and explanations of medicinal plants and crops. Also was a ...
... here do not count on an early night or lie-in without decent ear plugs! Having developed my first serious stomach issue I spent the rest of the evening chatting with Phil and chilling in the room. With the stomach pains pretty much putting me out (I'm sure this is a new life threatening disease that the world has yet to find a cure for....) I didn't bother waiting for the music to end and instead used exhaustion to pass out and get a bit of rest. The next day, feeling a ...
... out and hanging out on town squares and in parks. Cuenca is a beautifully preserved city in the South of Ecuador with many, many churches and old colonial buildings. My walk ended on the top of a hill from where I could see the entire ...