Posada Roquelusa

Address: Isla El Gran Roque, Los Roques National Park, Coastal Islands, Venezuela | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Isla El Gran Roque

      Moving along

      A travel blog entry by ktowell on Jan 10, 2015

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... rhood.


      Our hotel, the Hacienda su Merced, is an old white farmhouse with blue shutters, surrounded by trimmed lawn and blooming rose bushes. It has with 3 foot thick plaster walls, creaky, wide-planked dark wood floors and naked cherubs and virgin marys on every wall and in every corner. Everyone talks very quietly there, if at all. Our car was met by a soft spoken young man holding a clipboard which gripped carefully ...

      Back to Quito

      A travel blog entry by ktflynn on Dec 18, 2014

      7 photos

      ... amazing hotel, we come across The Hughes. A quick catch-up over lunch and tour guide Janet is taking us to all the shopping spots close by. This more than fills our afternoon. Our last evening in Quito is quite spectacular. We go to a restaurant on a rooftop - and the view is spectacular. Add to it live music ( including an electric harp), great friends, good food, fireworks over The Madonna statue & no kids - it doesn't get much ...

      Latitude 00•00'00" (Day 60)

      A travel blog entry by bdfro on Dec 09, 2014

      ... our SUV onto the median on the left leaving only a small rubber mark on the taxi's back left corner. Conveniently there were traffic police stationed near by and within 20 minutes we were off on our way to tour the many churches, convents, squares, government and other historical buildings of the Old Centre of Quito. Similar to Cusco they had adobe buildings, ornate balconies, and colonial buildings on top of Inca ruins. The streets were hilly, some similar in pitch to those in ...

      Exploring Quito slowly whilst acclimatising.

      A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Nov 27, 2014

      11 photos

      ... street life. Lunch was a shared sandwich and lemonade! ( alcohol free week to combat the altitude! Wonder how long that's will last?) Our last port of call was the Monastery of St Francisco which blew us away with the internal decoration . It apparently was founded by Ricke , a Franciscan missionary credited with being the first person to sow wheat in Ecuador. You can tell the Lonely Planet is coauthor of this blog! We dined eventually when we found it at ...

      Galapagos

      A travel blog entry by meganop on Nov 21, 2014

      38 photos

      ... the sims video game (we know they speak Swedish in sims but Danish sounds equally gibberish like if spoken quickly). Ironically several of the fossils had Danish heritage and spoke Danish as well. Day 1 Disorientated by an alarm at 3:30am we showered and dressed just making it down to the lobby for the 4:30am departure to the airport. In the airport we forked out the first of 2 taxes assisting them to keep the islands up to scratch (the first only $10 but the second ...