Sol De Oriente Hotel

Address: Aguirre 603 y Escobedo, Guayaquil, 593, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the García Moreno area of Guayaquil, is near Malecon 2000, Cerro Santa Ana, Playas (General Villamil), and Museo de la Recoleta.
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Travel Blogs from Guayaquil

In Guayaquil and no longer sleepless

A travel blog entry by ctillery on Feb 27, 2015

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... fast asleep for nearly 3 hours.

Guayaquil is the largest city in Ecuador, although more industrial and business oriented than scenic. We chose to start here because it's a closer jumping off point for the Galapagos. It has undergone some serious urban renewal in the last decade though, especially along the riverfront. We walked down to the river after we woke up and then along ...

Frigates, Poor Service, Iguanas, Diving Pelicans

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Sep 13, 2014

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... which Sirco had recommended to see Frigates bathing. This bathing spectacle may well have happened at this lagoon several years ago but the criss crossing telephone and electric lines over the lagoon prevented this now. This rather summed up the island experience. It was obvious the amount of humans living on the islands (no doubt aided by the numbers of visitors) were destroying the environment and the animals. It was exceptionally bad in the two towns ...


A travel blog entry by gr0p3r on Aug 11, 2014

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... all just commercial, stalls and shops. It's not so bad out on the river though. You can watch quite a bit flow past. For such an expansive body of water, it really flows fast!

The return trip back to Central Urdesa was a little different to what I remember of last time. I took number 52 again which is the same as last time. My phone had 1% battery at this stage so I couldn't use the GPS so I was keeping my eyes peeled for ...

Garlic crab in Guayaquil

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Jul 24, 2014

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... much needed due to bits of shell and garlic flying around! 'E' had ceviche and then helped me out with one or two of my crabs as I had several and each one took me quite a long time to eat.

While we were waiting for our food to arrive 'E' gave me a goodbye present - a keyring in the shape of a palm tree, made of different sections carved from coloured tagua nuts. Tagua is ...

Not so scary

A travel blog entry by gr0p3r on Jul 21, 2014

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... I grabbed a map from reception and the girl told me a few places to go and see also what bus to take. That was very helpful, buses are only 25c and easy to use. Just hold your hand out when it goes by and the driver will slow down just enough that you can jump in the open doors and only fall over a little bit.

So, first stop on the reception ladies list of things to do was the shopping centers. I didn't care too much for shopping but I saw a phone shop and got a ...

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