Mansion Alcazar Boutique Hotel
Travel Blogs from Cuenca
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 …
Returned to hotel and enjoyed great dinner in the hotel Mansion.
Monday early & we finished breakfast and departed for real estate tour of the city with Ashley Rogers and Michel Blanchard, the couple who are partners in Ecuador At Your Service, a consierge service that has helped us with reservations.
... have been paying more attention. Sorry, Ingapirca, it's not you, it's me.
Later in the weekend, I did a guided tour of a garden called "Macarana" near Paute, which is a little town less than an hour from Cuenca. The guides were very informative (is it OK for me to admit that I got a little bored by the review of every tree species and their origins in Ecuador; I am ashamed to admit ...
... of a couple thousand, we have a way to go in Cuenca.
It seems to me that Gringos who move to Cuenca are quite different that those who are drawn to Vilcabamba. Those here in Cuenca seem to come here mostly because of the cost of living in the States, but they want to try to duplicate the lifestyle they had there; and you pretty much can, assuming you have a Social Security check coming in (If you need to work, it can be hard). But in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services