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Tag Archives: Ecuador
If you are in Quito, Ecuador and are looking for a wonderful way to enjoy the surrounding area and learn about the history, legends and landscape, then you really should take a day and book a trip on the Train. … Continue reading
On my wonderful trip to Quito, Ecuador, I was given the opportunity to visit the Middle of the World Monument and the Intiñan Solar Museum. Both places are a must visit while you are in the area of Quito. The … Continue reading
This place was amazing! The atmosphere was spectacular, the music was great, and you could see that everyone was having a wonderful time. No doubt in my mind, Abysmo is the place to be in Quito! The beers were just … Continue reading
There is so much to see and experience in Quito. From markets filled with fresh, locally grown produce, to ones filled with beautiful handcrafted items. You will also find many local shops with wonderful foods, treats and crafts all handmade … Continue reading
Imagine staying in a gorgeous converted historic home in the heart of Quito. Well, you can. Just book yourself a room at the Hotel Patio Andaluz and enjoy what feels like living history. In what was once a private, … Continue reading