Posada Todos Santos

Calle Larga 3-42 y Tomas Ordonez, Cuenca, Ecuador | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Cuenca

Quaint Cuenca

A travel blog entry by dianeontheroad

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I decided to splash out and take an 'executive' mini bus to Cuenca, first taking a short bus ride to Loja; the cost was double but it saved me some time and made for a much more comfortable ride.

Cuenca, as many people told me, is a very beautiful but small city so it's easy to walk around and explore without needing to take buses/taxis. …

Cuenca

A travel blog entry by erics

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10 hours, 3 buses and 2 very sore butts later, we arrived in the southern highland city of Cuenca. Before we could even retrieve our bags, we were set upon by hostel touts, and ended up at the Posada Todos Santos, the nicest place we've stayed the entire trip. Immaculately clean, with great beds, free coffee and tea, and most importantly, an …

Ecuador

A travel blog entry by rangjill

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... leaf and bearing paintings that were eerily intriguing, such as the deadly sins, the church was spectacular. The heart of Quito, is full of energy and noise, from the police whistles organizing traffic, the belching horns of impatient drivers, and the street venders shouting at potential customers. We were excited to meet with up friends Jose and Francisco in their hometown of Quito, whom we had met on our hiking trip in Colombia. We went out for a great dinner followed by pitchers ...

Still in Cuenca!

A travel blog entry by lairsho

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We've been living in our little apartment for over two weeks now and are enjoying our pretend resident experiment. What do we like about Cuenca? The city is more organized and modern than many we have visited over the past five months. The streets, in the old town anyway, are all marked, and it's generally easy to find our way around. Across the river in the new part of town, almost none of the streets are marked. While Jerry has visited a dentist a couple of times, I ...

Independence of Cuenca Day

A travel blog entry by lucywillson

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... to me with stairs leading down to the crypt. A notice said it was $1 to enter, but the nun just waved me down, so I guessed that the fee is waived on Sundays or holidays.

As always when I see the word ‘crypt’ I thought of the little rhyme that begins ‘The cat crept into the crypt...’! I had that in my mind most of the time I was in there. I put my dollar into the ‘crypt maintenance’ box, seeing as the nun hadn’t asked for ...

 

TripAdvisor Reviews Posada Todos Santos Cuenca

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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