Hotel Pinar Del Lago

Ordonez Lazo, Cuenca, Ecuador | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cuenca

Cuenca - the city famous for hats

A travel blog entry by ceiranx on Aug 04, 2014

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... so you were constantly cold. But it was a place to stay right?

The next morning we woke up with optimism, despite the rain we would have a good day. We headed for the tourist information and found out what there was to do. Churches, followed by churches seemed to be the answer. We followed a walking tour route around and looked at lots of different churches, which were really impressive. Cuenca itself was a nice little city, ...

Dramatic scenery on the road to Cuenca

A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Aug 03, 2014

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We had been convinced by the hostel owner that the best way
to travel to Cuenca, our next stop, was by mini van. So after breakfast we shared
a taxi with another couple to the mini van office which cost us $2.50 for our
share. The mini van ride which took 3 hours cost us $12 each which took us
through stunning scenery. We firstly drove through the coastal flats of mainly
sugar cane and bananas before starting ...

Where the Sun Meets the Moon

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Jun 13, 2014

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... here, with an amazing view of the valley, an image began to come to life before my eyes. It's sunrise and the light is pouring through the doorway, illuminating a gold idol in the centre of the temple, indicating the time of year. It's spring. In the terraced garden beds that surround the temple, flowers are blooming and bending their faces toward the morning light. Looking out from the temple one can see houses, farms, and storage facilities dotting the hills. The city of a ...

The Pretty City

A travel blog entry by sharissajj on May 03, 2014

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... anteater type animal (I loved their noses!!!) (she took lots of pictures of their noses) just hanging out with the llamas, and there were a troupe of very small monkeys that had free roam as well. The monkey enclosures were really interesting, there were caged enclosures, but they had tunnels that ran onto a man made island that was free of any caging. The tunnel ran under the moat that made it an island which presumably kept the monkeys in one place. We had fun ...

Never Say Never

A travel blog entry by dkoste01 on Apr 03, 2014

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... 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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