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Calle La Ronda

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Calle La Ronda

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Immerse yourself in a thick vegetation of plants, trees and wild flowers of the Cloud Forest which is located on the edge of the Andes Western Mountain Range. Mindo is 98 km away from the Quito city. This forest is the transition zone between the highlands and the coast. The altitude ranges from 2000m (6562 ft) above sea level and 1000m above sea level (3281 feet). This natural region is located in the Protector Forest Nambillo - Mindo. The reserve covers approximately 2000 hectares almost 2000 soccer fields. In addition, Mindo is part of the ecological corridor or hotspot so called Chocoan-Darien that crossing over Ecuador to reach out Colombia. This eco-route is one of the most biodiverse and endangered habitats. Hence, this bio-diversity region is within the 10 most important eco-regions in the world.
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Claudia L wrote a review Apr 2020
8 contributions1 helpful vote
I visited for just a little bit but it is a beautiful place full of restaurants and bars. Some of the streets are design for pedestrians only so the taxis will drop you off near by.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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sunshinelpc wrote a review Feb 2020
toronto951 contributions240 helpful votes
We were told the place by the uber driver. And kind of cute street full of restaurants and drinking places. I think at night must be more romantic. Though we were there in the afternoon and drinking a big bottle of beer for $3 on the balcony
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Date of experience: February 2020
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George S wrote a review Feb 2020
Miami Beach, Florida733 contributions227 helpful votes
I found this street not that interesting contrary to what the guidebooks and other reviews noted. It is basically a tourist attraction with restaurants and tourist shops. You are constantly pestered by hawkers trying to entice you to their stores or eateries. Quite frankly, it is not that interesting compared to the other streets in Centro Historico. Try not to spend much time here.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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iriegirlb4 wrote a review Feb 2020
South of the Border, South Carolina140 contributions30 helpful votes
A lot of history associated with this street in Old Town. Talk to the girls on the corner. Becomes lively at night with music and street entertainment. Close to the Main square and the amazing Golden Church. Lots of fun things to see in this area.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Johana wrote a review Feb 2020
Newark, New Jersey7 contributions
Yes it is safe to walk in that street but the food is just simply BLAH! you could instead take a taxi to "Los agachaditos" and have some real local food, super good and super cheap. This street is created for tourists so if you don't feel like one dont go there! :)
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Date of experience: January 2020
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