nu house boutique hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Quito
... had been delayed. Couldn't find my telephone copy of boarding pass but Gemma (thanks Gem!) had told me that they will print it at gate so all good. Arrived Quito and hour's drive to hotel getting. There a bit before 6pm and bumped into Richard and Di who had just arrived back from a - you guessed it - birding trip higher up in the rainforest. Thank heavens good hot shower although not great pressure. ...
... and utter relaxation. Anna wasted no time in asking what time they opened in the morning, as she had every intention of returning. Alas, they didn't open until 0900, well after we'd already be gone. Too bad; I would have joined her.
Dinner was at the hotel and all three of us had a hard time staying awake, but the meal was quite good. We were all basically asleep before we even got back to the room, but I do remember that it was a full moon.
... nice change to the hostels we have become accustomed to. We make our way to the front desk and are informed of the upgraded room and a nice congrats from the hotel for our first wedding anniversary. We jump in the elevator and get to room 612. Open the door and the room has been beautifully decorated with red rose petals, two big roses on the bed and the towels made int two swans forming a love heart. Leesh is blown away. But it's not long until we have ...
... the Super Bowl was on last night so it gave me something else to do besides playing chess. My friend, Zach, another guy who went to UVM that I met randomly one night at a salsa club in Cali and is now in Quito, came over for the game and he, Jack, and I had an interesting time watching. Both channels airing the game were broadcast in Spanish and there were barely any ...
... cooking and taking orders – not a word of English. We try to communicate, for a few minutes, but it is all laughter to near tears. The customers are laughing, Momma is laughing and finally Momma calls her 12 year old daughter. It becomes even more funny. The youth is looking at this bald, wrinkled, tall, scrawny old man who might as well be from another planet and trying not to burst into laughter as he offers her his few words of Spanish. Meanwhile Momma is holding ...