Hotel Pinar Del Lago

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

April- My Birthday and Cuenca Take 2

A travel blog entry by falalomia on May 01, 2015

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... and then hang out at their house. On my actual birthday, I woke up to find that my host mom had decorated the breakfast bar. After opening a few presents, we went to the mall to exchange some clothes they had bought me for a different size. After, we went to the get pedicures. That night, I went out to sushi with my Ecuadorian friends. We all came back to my house after to eat cake and hang out. It was a very nice birthday ...

Transit to Montanita

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Mar 13, 2015

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... there's no organisation, they didn't know how to work their online bookings, luckily had a room available for us and when we get in there, there's no fan or aircon or air flow for that matter. Now Montanita rarely gets below 90% humidity and the heat on top of that was already making us regret the decision. The kitchen is a mess with rubbish everywhere and we look at each other and think 'alright, do one night and see how we go'. We decide to get out of there as much as possible, ...

Cuenca

A travel blog entry by fernbob on Feb 22, 2015

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... mercado, on the other hand is a collection of small stalls spilling into the street, or a wheelbarrow full of cucumbers or peppers pushed through a dusty, crowded lane. We love shopping in the mercado! Mercado in Spanish means marketplace, but to us Gringos it means time to barter! The vendors have their prices in mind, so what we do is check around different stalls for the price of oranges, if the price is the same we know that we're ...

Home of Panama Hats..... but we are in Ecuador!

A travel blog entry by pocomonoloco on Feb 20, 2015

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... top for an impressive view over the magnificent blue domes and town. We strolled along the river to the Pumapungo Museum, which had an interesting collection of Shrunken Heads. Very old ritual practiced by witch doctors to keep shrunken, miniture versions of the heads of those who had committed crimes. It also is the home of some old inca ruins, which showed a very sophisticated civilisation that was destroyed before ...

French toast?

A travel blog entry by cb797 on Jan 16, 2015

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... ascension. The entrance to a tunnel 100 ft long served as a mausoleum to symbolize the underworld, home of the was and the spirits of the ancestors.

Next up, city open-top-bus tour. Overcast and I little chilly I proved my true Britishness - acquiring my now permanent so it seams t-shirt tan. The route clearly hadn't been adapted for those above the shorter-average-Ecuadorian height as telephone and electrical cables swept across ...

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