A Casa Naranja
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsA Casa Naranja Cuenca
No English but next door happy to translate, basic but large rooms, we had an early trip but the proprietor was happy to provide a 6am breakfast. Clean and central location. Good value for the price.
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... is happening. It doesn't look very promising as we have come to another complete stop! It's ok, Wilson our bus driver reversed back and took yet another road and diverted to the other side of the troubled area - whew!!! We are on our way again :). But not for long.... The police stopped to check our bus for protestors, they took our photos as well - all good, just touristas!!! Finally made our hotel, it's in the old city and I'm in heaven, wifi and a bar!!!!!! Buenos ...
... it's a sauna in the room. We have cold showers and head in hoping it'll cool down. Leesh doesn't take long to fall asleep but as expected, I'm really struggling. I get about 10 minutes in before I wake in a sweat and can barely breath the air is so thick in there. Leesh wakes a few times and is struggling too but she keeps going in and out of sleep so I just keep myself busy on the wifi, looking for places to go tomorrow. Montanita doesn't have all their hotels and hostels online, so ...
... is 4rivers going through the town), and discovered the archeological park with many birds inside. We did the tour which was nice because of the view and the quality of the landscaping. There is also Belgium waffles so added pleasure at the end of the stroll. Lol.
On the weekend, we went out to a popular place here called "sociedad", also renamed by locals, "souciedad" which mean dirty. We had a good time there, I miss to dance here in Ecuador. ...
... Great displays of costume. Shrunken heads were a feature - amazing Outside and behind the museum are the ruins of Tomebambo, Incan city. Very little of the actual city but the tiers on the hillside, including a tunnel in the fourth tier were interesting. Walking further around the site, there are gardens and explanations of medicinal plants and crops. Also was a ...
... restaurant and have a yummy meal of Cuban rice, beans, beef and platanos. Something different , not but yesmin flavour as cuban food is really different to Ecuador cuisine but use the same ingredients. We decide we will spend 4 nights here as it has loads of museums, lots to see and do. Its always really good spending longer stays in one place as it allows us to enjoy a place without the pressure of finding the next move, destination, lodging, transport etc. It's true we do tend to ...