VIVA Travel Guides Quito

VIVA Travel Guides Quito

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by Crit Minster PhD
     
 
With its headquarters located in the heart of the city, VIVA Travel Guides lives and breathes Quito – literally. VIVA’s city-savvy staff offers tons of insider tips and insight that no other guidebook can match.

Inside you'll find everything you need for a memorable trip whether your journey lasts a couple of days or a couple of years.

Overview

With its headquarters located in the heart of the city, VIVA Travel Guides lives and breathes Quito – literally. VIVA’s city-savvy staff offers tons of insider tips and insight that no other guidebook can match.

Inside you'll find everything you need for a memorable trip whether your journey lasts a couple of days or a couple of years.

With VIVA Travel Guides Quito you can:

* Explore the dozens of snowcapped volcanoes, hotsprings, indigenous villages and cloudforests surrounding the city.
* Hang your hat for an extended stay studying Spanish, volunteering or working--get the lowdown on living in Quito.
* Savor the local cuisine in Quito's many world class restaurants, or track down cheap, good eats. Then dance salsa till dawn.
* Travel on a budget while living like a king – Ecuador is still cheap, if you know where to go.
* Stay safe with the most up-to-date guide available, continuously updated by the VIVA community on the vivatravelguides .com website.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012981417
Publisher:
MetaMorf
Publication date:
08/30/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
258
Sales rank:
1,068,647
File size:
14 MB
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Meet the Author

Crit Minster, PhD. has lived in Quito, Ecuador for over a decade, is a professor at the Universidad de San Francisco de Quito, and is VIVA's head writer since the company began.

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VIVA Travel Guides Quito 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book covered all of Ecuador and the Galapagos, which meant that it couldn't cover Quito and the region around it with any breadth or depth. It was poorly organized and disjointed, making it hard to find any particular subject or use as a reference while on travel. There were few maps and they were located in a group in the back of the back, so they couldn't be seen while reading the associated text. There were no pictures and few illustrations of key points of interest. I wish I had not bought the sister book "Ecuador and the Galapagos" and that I had bought a more expensive and professional book from a top ranked publisher.