Republica Hotel

Avenida Republica E2-137 y Azuay, Quito, Ecuador | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Quito

To the Peruvian Wonder of the World...

A travel blog entry by mandl_ontherun


... ago, as opposed to centuries. After seeing the mummies, the next stop was Santa Catalina Monastery. A brightly painted convent city within the city, covering over 20,000 square metres right in the heart of Arequipa.

From Arequipa we travelled to Huacachina for a few days of sand boarding and taking hair-raising rides in dune buggies over the huge expanse of the Ica Desert. It was then time for us to head to Cusco to begin our trip to Machu Picchu. We went ...

Chillogallo dos

A travel blog entry by kendahlc

... off since it's "workers day" which is an Ecuadorean holiday but, and I'm not even through my first week, I'm already wishing I were spending more time volunteering! It's so obvious how much of a positive effect this program is having on the lives of these kids and I genuinely wish I was going to be able to be part of it longer. Whenever I get asked about my plans for when I finish university I say that I am planning on working on international projects and ...

Slipping into Ecuador Life

A travel blog entry by gerad-and-lisa


... some over developed tourist trap. The beauty with this volcano lake was the fact that we just saw a poster in the hostel and asked them in our Spanish, which is getting better and better, where it was and how to get there and we understood fine his answer which was in Spanish also. We got to the lake and it was really impressive, and we've been to some pretty impressive lakes on this trip. There was a walking trail that circumnavigated the crater which was supposed ...

Exploring Ecuador

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser


... as if our lives depended on it, which they did, I couldn't help but be amused and simultaneously horrified at what people pay to do for entertainment. For some reason though, the thrashing and bobbing on the rough water and then taking in facefuls of it was undeniably fun. There were certainly more happy screams than despairing ones. We only had two men overboard and I was fortunate enough not to be one of them. After an hour the rapids had been ...

A volcano is a volcano!

A travel blog entry by tamz.dinks.10


... Bolivar and I met for coffee the next morning (I tried to order Irish but apparently 9am is too early, even in La Mariscal) and chose to ignore the clouds and threats of rain. To get to the teleferico (cable car) you can take a taxi for around five bucks or, if you´re like me and can find a lot of uses for $4.75, the bus will take you most of the way there for twenty five cents. Get yourself onto Cristobal Colon and take one of the blue busses (make sure ...


This hotel, located on Avenida Republica E2-137 y Azuay, Quito, is near Guayasamín Museum (Museo Guayasamín), Parque La Carolina, Museo de la Ciudad, and Zoologico de Guayllabamba.
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