Guayaquil Things to Do

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    A breathtaking lunch

    by Strannik Written Oct 4, 2004

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    Did you ever imagine to be in the middle of a bunch of hungry dinosaur-descendants?

    That's possible in Guayaquil and I tell you, it is really a spectacular show, though fortunately for we humans, they prefer cabbages and lettuces,

    Go to Iguanas Park at lunch-time and enjoy the show (but take care where you stand, some of them rush and might fall on you) :)

    Iguanas feast
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    There is many thing to do in...

    by dreamkapture Written Feb 25, 2003

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    There is many thing to do in Guayaqui, cruise the Guaya River night or day, Museum and Central Park, Las Penas, El Parque Historico de Guayaquil(lots of exotic animal and fauna) and around Guayaquil Also.

    I think Guayaquil is a great city to start you journey in Ecuador. You are only 1 hour to the closest beach, 4 hour to Cuenca, 5 hour to Banos, and 1 hour to Galapagos Islands

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    Malecon 2000

    by Joemidwest Updated Oct 3, 2005

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    Locals and tourists alike fill the walk daily. It's a great place for lunch or a stroll with a view.

    Hemiciclo a la Rotunda
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    Las Penas

    by Joemidwest Written Oct 3, 2005

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    Cerro Santa Ana, the hill at the northern end of Malecon 2000, is the oldest part of Guayaquil. Las Penas and its 444 steps are located here.

    Cerro Santa Ana on the Guayas River

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    Don't forget to look up

    by Joemidwest Written Oct 2, 2005

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    While making sure you don't step on an iguana don't forget to beware of what might be falling on your head.

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    Petting zoo?

    by Joemidwest Written Oct 2, 2005

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    Some of these iguanas appear to enjoy the attention. I don't know if they get petted every day but they don't seem shy.

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    Parque Seminario

    by Joemidwest Written Oct 2, 2005

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    This is also called Iguana Park. There are cut up heads of lettuce at a feeding spot in the park so they don't have to scrounge for food.

    Simon Bolivar For locals and travelers
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    La Rotunda

    by roamer61 Written Nov 24, 2004

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    This is a famous monument in the city that commerorates the meeting between San Martin and Simon Bolivar in 1822, when all of Ecuador fought for its independence from Spain.

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