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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Banos
... and crossing the road before continuing through the brush. After a while we stopped and got confirmation of our destination (on my insistence) and to our chagrin we discovered we had overshot by at least a kilometer. We hoped on the back if a truck and were driven back down to the entrance to the resort, and walked another stretch to the spa entrance. We each paid $20 for three hours in the pools. We changed and met in the hot jacuzzi. We ...
... well. To be fair they were not very clear. Tomorrow we will rent bikes and go bike around the area and the 'route de cascada' so basically the normal road between Puyo and Banos but it's got loads of waterfalls and pretty views. Then you catch a bus, throw your bike on the roof and come back. Probably will try to do canyoning the following day. You can also bungee off a bridge here... I don't think I have the guts to do that!!! I'd love to also do some ...
... evacuated within the last decade and many times over the centuries. Here there are evacuation instructions in the same way there are earthquake instructions on Vancouver Island - only here there is no crouching under a table. I liked the place a lot. Great restaurants, lots to do, but too many white folks. White folks everywhere. And the locals are tired of us. And lots of vapid young folks sitting in restaurants and coffee house speaking much in the fashion of ...
... le reste du week-end à voir la ville de Cuenca. Je vais être franc avec vous. Ce n'est pas très captivant en dehors de la pluie incessante, que la ville est chère et de la pollution. Nous avons passé la plupart de notre temps à essayer de respirer. Sinon nous avons visité le musée du chapeau de paille super connu. Nous sommes aussi allés visiter le zoo hier. C'était très sympa (mais très boueux). Nous ...
... We were offered a herbal drink, with no alcohol this time, to help us recover and then it was back to underground pools before a quick dip in the main temperate pool. The Japanese pool was either closed or under construction so we never got to find out what it was. The spa was closing for the evening anyway, so we showered and shared a taxi back to Cuenca with two German girls, one who lived in Cuenca and other one was going to study in Costa Rica for a year.