Hotel Monte Selva
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... to go to the nearest 'big' city and see what to do once we arrived there. That city turned out to be Riobamba and has in my opinion (and this was one of the rare occasions that my other half shared my opnion) nothing really to offer for tourist. That is however till you leave the city and go hiking or biking in the nearby mountains and national parks. So I booked a tour on Sunday to mountain bike down from the highest mountain in Ecuador, Chimborazo (a dormant volcano) with an ...
... I asked him why he could speak Swiss German. It turned out the following: He lived 17 years in Switzerland, with his wife and their three children. But he was not happy in Switzerland and so it came to divorce. The wife and children remained in Switzerland and he pulled it back to his native Ecuador. Here he also again the warm weather what he has missed so much in Switzerland. The way we stopped first at a cafe that belonged to his brother. Strengthened with hot coffee, ...
... fit into that jigsaw is something that will always remain a mystery to me. We take all of two minutes taking our photos and then went off to Subway. After getting home we relaxed in the room for a while before going to the main square for dinner. It looked so good for going out. I’m telling you it would be an ideal place for a sixth year holiday or a holiday of that nature. Its class. We were tempted to have a few but thought better of it and went to bed. ...
... different waterfalls, some which were also slides and backwards ziplining! Afterwards we headed to the mercado central for a great almurezo lunch for $2.50. That evening we rented bikes and cycled up to the Tree house swing Casa del Arbol. The swing was great fun but unfortunately it was still a little overcast with low lying clouds so the view wasnt as amazing as we had hoped. Supposedly on a good day it feels like you are swinging ...
... the crater. It was a beautiful walk nonetheless. We stopped and ate lunch along the way before continuing down through Huayama, a small village. We saw some kids that wanted to pose for the camera so we stopped to visit with them for a few minutes. Our journey then took us down through a narrow canyon and then across a river. Because we had gone down, of course we then had to walk back uphill. As we came up the ...