Hostal Mia Leticia

Montufar N5-91, Mejia, Quito, 123, Ecuador
Hostal Mia Leticia
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More about Quito


Another view of the façade from CuencaAnother view of the façade from Cuenca

Side view of the MonasterySide view of the Monastery

Busts of the native nationsBusts of the native nations

Left-wing women praise the PresidentLeft-wing women praise the President

Forum Posts

Any ATM in Quito

by youngken

Can I withdraw US Currency by a VISA Card in Quito, or Ecador?

Re: Any ATM in Quito

by nhoolb

Have to disagree, I'm sorry. In many countries (a.o. Colombia, Peru and if I remember correctly Ukraine as well) it is possible to withdraw USD as well as local currency. The question for Ecuador: as I understand the legal tender there is the USD.

Re: Any ATM in Quito

by nhoolb

BTW, checking Mr. Young's postings I see that said Mr. Young has a habit of never coming back to give a reply to the people who answered his questions. I think that is not a very friendly way of behaviour here.

Re: Any ATM in Quito

by youngken

From website, it tell Ecuador's currency is US$, is it right?

Re: Any ATM in Quito

by youngken

Thank you

Re: Any ATM in Quito

by peggan2244

Just a caution to make sure you let your card carrier know that you will be in Ecuador. A fellow traveler last year in Ecuador was not allowed access to her funds because her carrier saw it as a red flag that her card was being used out of the country.

Travel Tips for Quito


by acemj

It's not hard to get online in Quito, particularly in La Mariscal or in the Old Town. There are internet cafes all over the place, although the connection speeds can be pretty slow at some places. My hotel had two free computers, but the speeds were slow, so I went to a place nearby if I wanted to do anything more than just a quick check of my email. Most of the time, the prices were very cheap anyways, so it's no big deal to spend a couple bucks for the faster speeds.

Some of the places also have telephones that you can use to make relatively cheap international calls as well.


by acemj

In Quito, I tried a few drinks that are unique to Ecuador. I already mentioned the canelazo in my nightlife tips, but once again, it's a sugarcane-based liqueur with sugar, water, cinnamon and lemon and it's served hot usually as a nightcap.

As for beer, there are a few choices, but honestly nothing really was a big hit with me. Pilsener is everywhere you go and seems to be the most popular choice. It's served in huge bottles (you can ask for a 12 oz), but it's relatively weak in alcohol (and unfortunately in flavor too). You might also find Club, which is slightly stronger, and definitely an improvement. You can actually taste a hint of hops! While it's not a reason to come to Ecuador and it's a little more expensive than Pilsener, drinking Club is a pleasant experience. Another beer, is Biela, which is served much colder and is more popular along the warm, humid coastal regions. I never did get around to trying one, but you can find it in Quito.


by tejanasueca

The US dollar is the official currency in Ecuador, but be aware that the $20 bills you will get in the ATM are almost is simply to large of a bill to expect most places to have change. With $10 bills you will be fine, but then you will probably have to take out $10 at the time int he ATM (expensive) or go to a bank to get change. So, it's a good idea to bring small denomination bills with you.

Mystery Convent

by mikey_e

I took pictures of this convent because it was exemplary of the austere side of Colonial Spanish architecture during the Baroque period, and also because it seemed to be one of the few Colonial structures in the old city that wasn't protected from taggers. I can't seem to place it on a map or in terms of the various tourist sites advertised for the city, and I'm starting to wonder if it might not be the Monastery attached to La Merced. Nevertheless, it's an interesting subject for pictures, and shows the boundaries between the "tourist" area of the historic core and the areas that have been left for the inhabitants of the city.

Vauzza, Cerebro, Zocalo,...

by Miami_Nena

Vauzza, Cerebro, Zocalo, Tequila Rock
De todo un poco...There's a little something for everyone in Quito. My best times were spent all over the city. Anything goes!! (But please no jeans in Vauzza or Cerebro)


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