Hosteria Termal Rodas

Address: Entrada a Huizhil y Av. Ricardo Duran (Banos), Cuenca, 59307, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Entrada a Huizhil y Av. Ricardo Duran (Banos), Cuenca, is near Geotours and Las Piscinas de la Virgen.
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      January-Half way through!

      A travel blog entry by falalomia on Feb 01, 2015

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      ... because it was one of the last times we would all be together before they all leave for college in March/April. At the end, the junior class played a song for us as they went outside of the room to clean up. Little did we know that they were waiting outside with silly string to spray us all as we walked out! It was a great last day of school!

      Although this month has been quiet and not thrilling, something amazing did happened. Out of no where in January, my ...

      French toast?

      A travel blog entry by cb797 on Jan 16, 2015

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      ... standard side of guacamole I braved an avocado shake. After looks of doubt from Cai (my Cuenca companion and roomie in Quito) we decided anything avocado is good - the ultimate drink being the Avocado milkshake. A month later, it is still topic of conversations. After a few drinks we retired to our hostel, El Cafecito - a little dorm room off a quaint courtyard - and easily one of the nicest hostels I've stayed in.

      Next morning we ...

      October- A Month of Travel

      A travel blog entry by falalomia on Oct 30, 2014

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      ... city with not much history, Cuenca is a city packed with history and a slight European feel. Despite all these differences, I couldn’t have been more in love with it. It is truly a beautiful city. Many Europeans and Americans live or retire to Cuenca because of its beauty, climate, and low cost of living. The city itself it completely surrounded by mountains…completely. I mean, I thought New York had mountains, but that was nothing compared to these.


      Travel to Cuenca, chow a familia!!

      A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Sep 24, 2014

      Early start this morning as we caught the 7.15am bus from Banos to Cuenca. We got up at 6 o'clock to pack the rest of our bags and have a quick breakfast and say goodbye to our Ecuadorian family! We walked quickly down to the bus station and got straight on the bus which left on time.. Omg! At quarter to 9 we were in Riobamba and this is where we swapped buses ...

      August- The First Weeks

      A travel blog entry by falalomia on Aug 31, 2014

      ... host mom, Karina, Milena, and sometimes Fabrizzio if he isn’t working. The food is made by the live in house maid, who also does much of the housework during the week. Lunch is always served with some type of soup like cauliflower, or potato. Then we have the main dish of something with rice. So far it has been chicken, pork, vegetables and fish, or cheese potatoes. We also often have fried plantains or green bananas with ...