Traveling from Quito, Ecuador

  Because it houses an international airport, Ecuador’s capitol city is a great jumping off place to visit many other areas of Ecuador.  The city has 2 large bus terminals, the most popular being Quitumbre at the south edge of the city.

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The Bread Loaf and the Virgin, Ecuador

One of Quito, Ecuador’s most visible sights is the tall winged statue propped up on a prominent hill near the center of the sprawling city. It is an interesting piece of art work with an equally grabbing beginning.

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Getting Around Quito, Ecuador

Quito is a varied city, and it maintains that variety in its offering of transportation.  Several options exist, and thankfully they’re all incredibly inexpensive.  As is the case in many cities, taxis are probably the quickest way to get around, especially if you aren’t quite sure where you’re headed or...

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