Hotel San Andres

Address: Gran Colombia 11-66 y Tarqui, Cuenca, Ecuador | Hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Cuenca

      Journey from Riobamba to Cuenca

      A travel blog entry by carol55 on Nov 20, 2014

      23 photos

      ... to the edges, major landslide in 1994, we sat on a hillside overlooking a town and surrounding mountains and enjoyed a picnic lunch, the elusive volcano Chimborazo was clearly visible today – steam coming out of the right-hand side, the women work very hard – have lots of children//look after the animals/ gardens/cooking/washing/weaving & spinning& making clothes, our guide said the men work hard at socialisingJ, houses are a ...


      A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Sep 25, 2014

      8 photos

      ... when they came to inhibit the land. Only 150 of the most important people lived in the buildings and over 3000 lived around in the hills. The main and most impressive building was of oval shape facing west to east, and this is the only place in all of South America that the Incas built this shape building. It was built there because they new about the sun and how the earth moved and that that was the closest to North and South. They used volcanic stones to build there buildings ...

      Moving on to Cuenca

      A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Sep 16, 2014

      4 photos

      ... couple of days to do that.

      I got dinner in town, picked up an ice cream on my way back to the hostel, and now I’m just chilling at the hostel. It was pretty warm when I arrived here during the day but it is really chilly here at night. It’s quite a nice change from Guayaquil where it was warm all the time. Definitely no need for A/C here. It should be good sleeping conditions here tonight. ...

      That Time I Played Professor for a Day

      A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Jul 02, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... it sizzle) for about a month, and Monday was the big day. I presented the lecture twice to about a total of 250 students. This was part of a professional development lecture series and the students were all studying English, so the university wanted me to give the lecture in English (and here I was all prepared to stammer my way through an hour of broken Spanish).

      The lecture went well, the students weren't sleeping (OK ...

      Four Cities, Four Stories

      A travel blog entry by dinojay2 on Mar 22, 2014

      16 photos


      Large crowds of casually outfitted weekenders stroll leisurely down the malecón, soaking in the atmosphere and the faintly salty smell of the river. The fast flowing water is littered with branches and foliage, messy evidence of watery violence further inland. The modern cleanliness of the malecón contrasts sharply with the wild dirtiness of the water below but is nicely set off by the mixture of palm trees and occasional tepid pools. Restless families amble ...