Mansion Alcazar Boutique Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
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... exasperated Harry.
'Ice steam.' replied the mirror smugly.
'I'll smash you I swear!'
'Seven years bad luck...' smirked the mirror as Harry shivered out of the bathroom.
Today we had a walking tour of Cuenca. Lovely city, an impressive cathedral, some beautiful churches and a series of identical side streets which can gobble up and spit out any mapless tourist. As happened to Harry as he tried to find ...
... and rise above the water, it was phenomenal and if that wasn’t enough behind ...
... lots of greenery. We start our hike down into the valley and the drive was worth it, as the trail takes you by a huge, roaring waterfall. We follow the trail through a cave, taking you directly behind it. Needless to say, we were drenched, but it didn't matter, this was one of the coolest waterfalls I've seen. We take some pictures, walk around for a bit, then begin the trek back up the mountain. Unfortunately, when we get to the top, it's getting dark, starting to rain, and ...
... month because of school starting back up in May. Many lazy days at the beach just soaking up the sun and breeze. While eating dinner one night at my host dad's hotel, I met an ex Rotary exchange student to Ecuador who came back to visit. It was cool to just run into to someone like that on the street while I was still on my exchange.
April 15th was my birthday so the night before I went out with my American friends ...
Today was pretty fun. First, Simone and I cooked up an amazing breakfast and talked to this cool California girl I met at Casa Amarilla in Cali, Colombia who happened to be staying at the same hostel as me here in Cuenca as well. A few nights ago, I posted on Facebook asking my friends if they knew any good budget places in Cuenca to stay at. The two people who responded were Cali, who I met a few weeks earlier in the Galapagos, ...