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Hotel Antinea

Hotel Antinea  

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The French-style Hotel Antinea is in central Quito, a 15-minute drive from Mariscal Sucre Airport. More

Aleida's Hostal

Aleida's Hostal

Quito •

Located 500 metres from the metro station, Aleida's Hostal offers free Wi-Fi and breakfast in Quito. There is a fully equipped common kitchen. An on-site restaurant and garden are featured. More

Hotel Boutique Plaza Sucre

Hotel Boutique Plaza Sucre 4-star hotel This property has agreed to be part of our Preferred Property programme which groups together properties that stand out thanks to their excellent service and quality/price ratio with competitive prices. Participation in the programme requires meeting a specific set of criteria and takes into account feedback from previous guests.

Centro Histórico, Quito

Hotel Boutique Plaza Sucre 4-star hotel This property has agreed to be part of our Preferred Property programme which groups together properties that stand out thanks to their excellent service and quality/price ratio with competitive prices. Participation in the programme requires meeting a specific set of criteria and takes into account feedback from previous guests.

Housed in an 18th-century building in the heart of Quito, this boutique hotel offers stylish interiors and free internet. It is located just a 20-minute drive from the International Airport. More

Quito, Ecuador

 

The capital of Ecuador is a great place to get a taste of the South American highlands. Quito is one of the highest placed cities in the world, and the view from there is fantastic. If you come there you can see the Virtue of Quito, climb on volcanoes or step on the Equator Line. You can do many cool things, and we have been there!

Quito and Further Afield


Quito has much to offer the visitor. It makes a great starting point for a visit to Ecuador. If you are planning a longer tour of South America it is a good place to acclimatise to the altitude and perhaps do an intensive Spanish course at one of the many schools in town. From Quito you can book trips to Indian markets (Otavalo is one and a half hours by car), the cloud forest (Mindo is renowned for the variety of butterflies), the thermal pools at Papallacta and the jungle via Baños.

For the more adventurous, you might try white water rafting in the cloud forest and jungle, scuba diving on the Galapagos or climbing the great volcanoes. And for anyone with an interest in nature, Ecuador displays an extraordinary diversity, with 1640 species of birds, 4500 species of butterfly, and 358 species of amphibians (15% of the worlds total).

Quito was the first UNESCO world heritage city and is the Ibero-america City of Culture 2004. A visit to the restored colonial old town is well worth doing, especially at night when Quitos many historic churches are illuminated. There are also a wide range of museums and galleries, including the Fundacion Guayasamin. Alternatively you might choose to sample the atmosphere at a local football match at the Atahualpa Stadium.

In the evening you might visit the National Theatre Sucre, and there are a number of good restauarants, bars and clubs in nearby La Floresta or the more touristic Mariscal Area.

Whatever your interests, Ecuador is a fascinating country.

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Ten Pound International Travel by Steve Gillman


International travel with only carry-on? It makes life on the road so much easier. Holiday Apartments and Villas in Ecuador

The most recent time my wife and I went to Ecuador, I had 10 pounds of luggage, in one carry-on bag. Ana had 8 pounds in her carry-on bag. We spent six weeks in Ecuador, at times on glacier-covered mountains, and at other times lounging on Pacific coast beaches.

Why travel so light? Simplicity. Since we had only carry-on luggage, we were in a restaurant in Quito, while others still waited for their checked luggage. When we were on busses, our luggage was safely with us, not in the hold below being cut open, as happened to me years ago when I was in Mexico.

Other travelers struggled to their hotels carrying three heavy bags. Meanwhile we were walking along comfortably with our day packs. With less to lose, less to be stolen, less to wait for, and less to pack and unpack in hotels, we had less to worry about.

My International Travel Packing List - Six Seeks In Ecuador

* 8 pairs thin nylon socks (an ounce per pair) * 2 silk dress shirts (3 ounces each) * 4 poly/cotton blend t-shirts (5-6 ounces each) * 5 pair of light underwear (2-3 ounces each) * 1 extra pair of lightweight slacks (9 ounces) * Waterproof/breathable rain suit (14 ounces for the set) * Light plastic camera (3 ounces) * Sunglasses (1 ounce) * Small chess set (3 ounces) * Bathroom kit (5 ounces) * Single layer nylon shorts for hiking or swimming (2 ounces) * Thin gloves (1 ounce) * Thin hat (1 ounce - honestly) * Thin wool sweater (11 ounces) * Maps, notebook and various small things (3 or 4 pounds)

My pack weight? Ten pounds. Anas: 8 pounds. We really never felt deprived. Of course, you don't have to start counting ounces (that comes from my backpacking days). What you do have to do, is reconsider how many things you really need to bring on a trip. Leave behind things you never end up using, and remember that you can buy things as you go too.

You also don't necessarily have to buy new clothes, or buy a scale and count ounces. Simply choose lighter alternatives whenever you can. Put aside your lightest jacket, pants, shirts and socks for your next trip. The goal, after all, is simplicity, not complicated planning.

Most important is to think about what you really need to have a good time, and try to limit your packing to those things. Money is the first thing that comes to mind, and it doesn't weigh much. As for the other things? International travel is about getting away from home , so why try to carry it with you?


About the Author

Steve Gillman hit the road at sixteen, and traveled the U.S. and Mexico alone at 17. Now 42, he travels with his wife Ana, whom he met in Ecuador. For travel stories, tips and a free Travel Secrets e-book, visit: http://www.EverythingAboutTravel.com


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