San Jorge Eco Lodge Quito

Address: Km 4 Cotocollao-Nono Road, Quito, 00000, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Km 4 Cotocollao-Nono Road, Quito, is near Basilica, La Virgin del Panecillo, Parque El Ejido, and San Rafael Waterfall.
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Travel Blogs from Quito

From the coast to the Amazon

A travel blog entry by curto on Jan 01, 2015

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... be nightmarish,and, by taking the 25c local bus to save some coin it turned out to be a 1 1/2hr ordinal, and with light fading quickly the prospect of being stranded in an area with steel roller shutters and ample graffiti didn't seem like a great idea unless we wanted be relieved of all our possessions, and while there are a lot of fine areas here it can go from fine to a guaranteed trip to the embassy in a block or 2, thankfully we got to our hostel and ...

The journey to Quito...

A travel blog entry by emmawinslade on Oct 28, 2014

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... sharing with is Swedish and called Frida. She's also doing the tour with me! Which is so weird as we're both not staying in the hostel we're leaving from in a few days time. Also staying in the hostel is an orchestra from Argentina. I met a couple of flute players at breakfast who told me about their concerts. I am going to try and see them play tonight but I'm not sure I'll be able to. They're currently practicing now and it sounds so ...

Quito, cold forest and cloud forest.

A travel blog entry by karry2014 on Sep 14, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... looking on from up high! It went on for about half an hour of tunes and trumpets, salutes and marches. Quite impressive really! Quito is not as picturesque as a lot of the other places we've been to, the old town is more spread out and it's really busy with lots of stinky diesel buses. We did the hop on hop off bus tour and had to hold a scarf over our noses most of the time to keep the diesel fumes ...

Standing in the Middle of the World (Ecuador)

A travel blog entry by usatexan on Aug 21, 2014

71 photos

... pulled by gravity in that direction. No one walks the straight line.

Supposedly you weigh less at the equator! But, I had my photo taken on the line marking the exact middle of the equator and I don't look any lighter! Apparently, even though you weigh less, you sill have the same body mass. So, you only weigh less, you are not smaller!

Another popular thing to do is to try to get an egg to stand on it's end, sitting on a nail, while exactly on ...

Thermal baths and a landslide at Papallacta

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Jun 17, 2014

22 photos

... all of them had a tiny waterfall on one side. All the mountains surrounding us had peaks covered in cloud.

We did rounds of the pools for over two and a half hours before finally dragging ourselves out, getting changed and walking briskly down the hill in order to flag down a bus to Quito. We managed it in the end, but not without some drama - from halfway down the hill we noticed that the main road, which was at a right angle to the smaller road we were on, was ...