First Timer's Guide To Quito

First Timer's Guide To Quito

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You're in Quito for the first time ever. You've got 72 hours and an appetite for everything. Where do you start? Here's the answer.

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    This is probably one of the coolest places I have ever visited. Try to walk on the equator and the winds will blow you to where you feel uneasy. Definitely a cool place, geography in real life. -- Social News Network via Foursquare
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    Antiguo Hospital Militar de Quito, restaurado y convertido en museo, donde se conjugan diferentes expresiones artísticas en un edificio que conserva la historia del país. -- Glitz Latinoamérica via Foursquare
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    En Abril, se realizó la Inauguración de la II Cumbre Mundial de Comunicación -- Rodrigo Moreira via Foursquare
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    From the western side of the vast cobble-stoned Plaza San Francisco, rises the monumental outline of Quito’s oldest church and monastery, San Francisco – officially the Church of Saint Paul -- Ecuador Travel via Foursquare
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    Прикольно! Рассуждать, где реальный экватор не буду, но здесь предлагают поставить яйцо на гвоздь и оно туда ставится!) -- Irina Popova via Foursquare
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    he gleaming white walls and terracotta tiled roof of the Cathedral of Quito, the sacred heart of the historical centre, dominate the southern side of the Plaza Grande -- Ecuador Travel via Foursquare
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    Apparently just outside of this space is the "true" equator. Either way the line is nearly 5 km wide. Its hard to say which is right or wrong. Don't forget to bring an egg to balance! -- Kyla Applegate via Foursquare
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    Located at one end of Calle la Ronda, the City Museum is one of Quito’s best, profiling life here from 10,000BC to the present day. -- National Geographic Traveller (UK) via Foursquare
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    Un lugar increíble, solo a un genio como Guayasamín se le pudo ocurrir algo así. Si visitas Quito no puedes dejar de pasar por aquí -- Javier O. via Foursquare
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    Desde la cafetería se ve todo Quito. -- Maria Jose via Foursquare
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    Sus colecciones son manejadas en exposiciones temáticas distribuidas en salas: Arte colonial, Arte moderno y estatuas de cera. En el 2002 se inauguró la sala ‘De Quito al Ecuador’. -- Quito Turismo via Foursquare
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