Viena Hotel Internacional

Address: Flores #600 y Chile Esquina, Quito, 001, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Flores #600 y Chile Esquina, Quito, is near Bellas Artes, Otavalo Market, Laguna Cuicocha, and Cathedral of Quito (La Catedral).
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      Cable car, old town and planning

      A travel blog entry by hils80 on Jan 13, 2015

      Woke up around 8.30. Kept needing to pee, went twice before I even went to sleep - again think it's the altitude! I know I'm bad but not that bad! Was faffing still with ipad and photos. Didn't get up til gone 10. Had breakfast upstairs. Slow morning, took us ages to get moving. Eventually got moving around 11.30. Bought done bananas and avocado then took a taxi to cable car. Bit if a rip off, almost $9. Was already ...


      A travel blog entry by meganop on Nov 21, 2014

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      ... Galapagoan, born and raised on Santa Cruz. He had a lot of passion for his work and had the rare skill of sharing his knowledge about rocks in a way that kept my attention longer than 30 seconds. Angel: one of the zodiac drivers and ships first mate. A rather happy man who appeared to take fancy to one of the other Aussie tourists. Often drove the zodiac into waves so the people riding would get drenched. Fernando: a much nicer driver than angel keeping his passengers ...

      Quito, Ecuador

      A travel blog entry by slaw on Oct 11, 2014

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      ... area to be inspected. They asked if we had any food on us and we told them exactly what we had which included some fruit that we were going to eat for breakfast. I assumed with them not telling us any different that meant we were fine but they took away our oranges and made Mark fill out some paper work. Apparently the apples and pear were safe though. Security here has been funny. There's a lot of hype but not much follow through. Our bags get searched every time we go ...

      Earthquake In Quito (Ecuador)

      A travel blog entry by usatexan on Aug 12, 2014

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      ... to go. I did not go to the top while in Quito because of the safety issues. It's such a shame such an interesting place so near to town is so unsafe.

      It's mid-August and Quito is near the equator. I expect nice warm weather, but I get surprised to find the temperatures only reach 65-68F during the day and EVERY night the temperatures drop to the mid 40's. It seems to always be cloudy also. People wear long sleeve shirts and jackets all the time and ...

      To the Peruvian Wonder of the World...

      A travel blog entry by mandl_ontherun on May 05, 2014

      44 photos

      ... was sacrificed by the Incas approximately 500 years ago. She was discovered in 1995 at the top of Mount Ampato, after a nearby volcano eruption had melted the ice surrounding her. Due to her surroundings and the extreme environment (itīs normally about -20C where she was found!), her body had survived in a remarkably well preserved condition. Many other child sacrifices have been found at the summit of volcanoes in the Andes - eerily well preserved as if they only ...