A Casa Naranja
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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... for them now. We feel for those that lost their lives, but also for those that somehow now have to pick up the pieces and rebuild their homes, towns and lives in the wake of the earthquake.
A wave of relief passed over us as we left school on Thursday. No more homework, no more getting up early for classes.
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... gracias and head into the bus station. We already know we firstly have to catch a bus to Guayaquil for 5hrs and then catch another to Montanita for 3hrs. So we are looking for a ticket booth with Guayaquil written on it and not having much luck, so I quickly ask a security guard and he starts walking us to the booth. We find it with his help, and pay our $8 bus fare. Our bus is at 0840 and we are only just buying our tickets at 0830, so we were lucky they weren't sold out. We quickly ...
... out of the city. We’ll see how I feel and how the weather is.
I got a taxi to my hostel, La Querencia, and it is really nice. It’s a guesthouse run by a little old couple who don’t speak any english at all. They showed me to my room, and I dropped my bags and headed straight out. My place is just six blocks from the historic old town center, and it’s a nice walk ...
... It was
exactly like looking outside a plane window. We then drove through the highest
points which were in the Cajas National Park, a very scenic location of small
streams and alpine lakes. Then finally down to Cuenca. Our hotel is on the edge
of the old town and the mini van dropped us off not far from one of the bus
stations. We were not sure where we were, so eventually we flagged down a taxi
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