Yarina Eco Lodge

Address: Av. Amazonas N24-240 y Av. Colon, Quito, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Amazonas N24-240 y Av. Colon, Quito, is near Intinan Museum, Quito Historical Old Town Tour, Green Horse Ranch, and Museum of Modern Art (Museo de Arte Moderno).
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      The journey to Quito...

      A travel blog entry by emmawinslade on Oct 28, 2014

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      ... I slept the whole way to Quito. Quito airport was excellent - so easy and helpful. I bought my ticket for the shuttle into the town and got very overwhelmed by how beautiful it was. Even though it was dark, you could make out how mountainous it is. I then got a taxi for $5 to the hostel. The taxi man was so lovely and was very patient with my Spanish! I'm staying in Discovery Quito - it's so beautiful. I got upgraded to a 3 bed and the girl ...

      Another 30 hours in Quito!

      A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Sep 22, 2014

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      ... shinning when we woke so we decided to head out to the Mitad del Mundo, equator line. We caught a taxi to the bus station in the north of the city and from here a bus to the site. We entered the original site of the equator line and took some photos on the line and around the monument. We had previously been told that this was not the exact equator line and that it was an error in French judgment about a hundred years ago, mas o menos. When ...

      Standing in the Middle of the World (Ecuador)

      A travel blog entry by usatexan on Aug 21, 2014

      71 photos

      ... it on a stump. I saw one actual shrunken head while here!

      There is a model home of the indigenous people, also. They had Guinea pig as pet because they feel the smallest movements. So if the Guinea pigs acted stressed, they knew they had to leave their houses because of an upcomming earthquake.

      Here is the 'real equator measured by GPS' and they prove it by performing several cool experiments.

      One experiment is done by placing a tub of ...

      First glimpse of Quito

      A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Aug 05, 2014

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      ... This soon developed into drinking and then drinking games. I could see where this was going. But I learnt a few new games - 4 card game (colour, high/low, outside/inside), suit), f##k the dealer, park the bus... And we were all soon well lubricated. This ended with us heading into new town to a club - everyone talked about Bungalow 6 but as the queue was long we headed elsewhere. It was a fun night in a cosy bar with a good mix ...

      Camino in la cuidad

      A travel blog entry by rischontheroad on May 30, 2014

      3 comments, 9 photos

      ... am a museum junkie which should suprise nobody who has ever taken my Social Studies class! The museum went through the history of the city, focused mostly on the period of time when the Spanish ruled. The most awesome thing I saw there was a really elaborate headdress made from tropical bird feathers that was in the section about the indigenous people who lived in the area before the Spanish. The most interesting display was about a really ...