Fuente de Piedra II Hostal

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Juan Leon Mera 721, Baquedano, Quito, Ecuador
Fuente de Piedra II Hostal
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Average
15%
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Poor
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 23% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families66
  • Couples53
  • Solo80
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Looking for AA meetings in Quito~

by kristinregs

Hi, world~ I live in Guapolo and am looking for AA meetings: Can anyone help? Thanks!

Re: Looking for AA meetings in Quito~

by footstool

hi Kristin! you can go to aa.org/lang/en/aa. I think this will bring you to the name, address and phone number of an individual, instead of a list of meetings.
I just spent a week in Paris, going to an AA meeting in English every day. I'll privately email you this contact name.

Re: Looking for AA meetings in Quito~

by Alex4vt

Well my friend I have a solution that could help you change your life circumstances but you have to stay clean for at least a week before doing this... Ok here goes nothing: There is a scared vine, a plant medicine known to cure Heroine addictions and depression and parkinsons, fibromyalgia, etc, etc... It is called Ayahuasca (Aya-hu-as-ca). It also can help to heal the damage caused to your body from the years of abuse and the origin of why you went that route in your life. It goes very deep inside your soul to help you heal blocks. You need to find a reputable and trustworthy Shaman in Tena which is 6 hours south of Quito. I have heard good things of the Shamans there from other travelers. Anyways, it is your choice. This is part of the culture and widely accepted and legal down there. I am waiting for more info on the exact loacation and contact. So PM me and I can forward you the info if you are still interested. Good luck mate ! Peace o your heart, Alex

Travel Tips for Quito

A good city to buy a rug

by pchamlis

Among the numerous streetside shops throughout Quito are quite a few that specialize in local-motif floor coverings and art. You can find decent quality and can negotiate reasonable prices, too. In addition to the street sales operations, there are numerous small shops as well.

And, even if you don't buy, looking is fun for everyone....even the salesman. Praying that my wife didn't buy a rug that we really didn't need from the shop pictured in this tip. : )

Maracuyá

by b1bob

Maracuyá is a tropical fruit that grows in most parts of Ecuador, even up here in the high altitude. I love the juice so much that I had it almost every morning here. Besides bearing fruit for food and drink, many houses feature the plant for decorative purposes.

Flower Sellers

by mikey_e

I went to visit the Quito Central Market, and found these women selling beautiful flowers on the second floor. Ecuador is one of the world's largest exporters of flowers, and many of the roses sold in the United States are, in fact, flown in from Ecuador.

The Teleferiqo

by calcaf38

This is not, strictly speaking, off the beaten path. But since the theme of my Quito page is the Centro Historico, this classification will do.

The Teleferiqo is a recent contraption, identical to those encountered at ski resorts, which zips you to a mountaintop way above Quito. The ride is magnificent, and eerily silent. The views from "up there" are spectacular - even on a partially cloudy day. If you have the luxury of being able to choose a clear day, you can allegedly identify several of the surrounding volcanoes.

$7 will get you to the express lane, and $4 to the regular lane. On the evening I went, the place was deserted, and quite cold with an icy wind. There is a forlorn little amusement park on the premises, and sad craft shops.

I got to the Teleferiqo by taxi ($5), and I came back with a shuttle which left me at a trole stop in the "new" town. In 2010, I noticed that the Teleferiqo's web site was abandoned. You may want to check that the Teleferiqo itself is still open...

Upmarket shopping centre

by b1bob about Esquina Cumbayá

La Esquina de Cumbayá is a small, but upmarket shopping centre in the Quito suburb of Cumbayá. They have a book store called Libri Mundi, Cyrano bakery, Corfu coffee shop, a sushi restaurant, an antique store, and many others. I came here several times during my 10 days there either for books or coffee and baked goods. Some things are very upmarket, but I managed to find bargains there.

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