Travel Blogs from Quito
The flight was uneventful. Arrived to humidity and rain (thought you'd all have a chuckle at that - so have attached a photo..... I think the volcano might be in the background). Also the luxury of sleeping on my own has gone. Poor Jacqui has to share with me from here on in.
According to our guide its v hot and clear in the morning and …
So Quito, what to say...I'm glad we (Stef) decided on just the two nights here, as the only major high point to our visit to Quito itself was the **** hot pizza we had hotel reception order to our room the night before we had to leave at 6am!
We stayed in the Mariscal district which we thought may be something akin to Lima's Miraflores …
After a marathon flight to get here we have arrived and it is almost 2330 at night on February 17th. The total travel time was almost 24 hours, shy 30 minutes! I am DEAD TIRED and very happy that we have 3 full days and nights to get rested.
We are at the Vieja Cuba Hotel, a modest 3 star hotel that has been around for a long time. It has …
I met with an architect who was instrumental in the renovation of Old Town Quito, and amongst other things got a few suggestions on places to visit. Included were the Museo de la Ciudad and the San Francisco Monastary. Both are premier examples of the architecture and building techniques the Spaniards used in the 16th Century. Housed within the …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Clean, friendly, cool, a great place to start and stop a trip! The people were wonderful! Anb older hotel that was close to most things that interested me.
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