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Uncle Ho´s

Calama y Deigo de Almagro
4.5
2 reviews

Really delicious Vietnamese food. The cuisine really tastes authentic and is nothing like the "chifa"--the local term for chinese food--restaurants that you'll find nearby. Try the pho or the summer rolls--and don't forget to order the peanut dipping sauce. Head here when you just can't stand to eat another plate of rice, chicken and shredded lettuce.

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    0.2 mi

    La Catedral

    0.2 mi from Uncle Ho´s
    4
    5 reviews

    This beautiful cathedral holds a rich collection of sculptures and painting from the Escuela Quitan; “Descending of Christ” is probably the most famous as it is considered a masterpiece of impressionism. A variety of architectural forms are represented in the structure including Gothic in the arches, Moorish in the ceilings, Baroque in the main altar, and Neo-Classical style in the ...

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    0.0 mi

    Columbus Travel Galapagos Cruises

    0.0 mi from Uncle Ho´s
    5
    1 review

    The Columbus Travel company offers incredible, custom cruises of the Galapagos Islands that are ideal for the seasoned world traveler. Choose a vessel from their varied armada--luxury cruises, specialized diving boats, motor sailers and economy options--and set sail for a unique, personalized tour of the Galapagos. Two huge advantages of booking with Columbus: your cruise includes a direct flight from ...

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  • 3
    0.27 mi

    Colonial Quito

    0.27 mi from Uncle Ho´s
    4.5
    16 reviews

    the best part of town, really traditional, lost of small old shops and artisans

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  • 4
    0.76 mi

    Iglesia La Compañía

    0.76 mi from Uncle Ho´s
    5
    10 reviews

    La Compania is a Jesuit church, the most ornate and richly sculptured façade and the interior. Also has precious treasures, has a high altar plated with gold and the gilded balconies.

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    0.28 mi

    San Francisco Church

    0.28 mi from Uncle Ho´s
    4.5
    11 reviews

    This is one of my favorite places to visit in Quito. For lack of a better word, it is "amazing". I've never been a big fan of touring old churches, but this one stands alone. It is immense, imposing and carries this strange aura of mystery and hidden secrets. It is also still an operating church, popular with old Quito's ...

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    0.73 mi

    La Basílica

    0.73 mi from Uncle Ho´s
    4.5
    9 reviews

    Church has been in construction since 1926, is a very large, has many gargoyles and stained glass windows.

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  • 7
    0.91 mi

    Museo Guayasamín

    0.91 mi from Uncle Ho´s
    5
    5 reviews

    Guayasamín is one of Ecuador's most renown artists and truly one of my global favorites. The warm and inviting museum is a must-see for any visit to Quito. The museum, perched in one of Quito's steep hillside neighborhoods, overlooks the downtown and is graced with beautiful sculpture gardens. The museum itself is spacious and well laid out, really maximizing the ...

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    0.91 mi

    El Panecillo Hill and Momument

    0.91 mi from Uncle Ho´s
    4
    7 reviews

    Quito's version of the Statue of Liberty - only it's a winged Virgin Mary rather than an incarnation of Egyptian Isis. Although I've spent years living in Quito, I actually only visited the statue once - on my first visit. It's a one-time kind of place - fantastic vistas of Quito and her surrounding volcanoes, but once you've seen it, ...

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  • 9
    0.64 mi

    Plaza San Blas

    0.64 mi from Uncle Ho´s
    4.5
    3 reviews

    Plaza San Blas is a square which is situated at the gateway to the historic centre of Quito and marks the northern limit of the city.

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    0.53 mi

    City of Quito

    0.53 mi from Uncle Ho´s
    5
    2 reviews

    The International Capitals Bureau has declared Quito, Ecuador as Americas’ Cultural Capital for 2011. This declaration came on the 32nd anniversary of Quito being named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1978. The city has already been benefitted from a huge regeneration investment, totaling some $250 million in cultural heritage works over the last decade alone. Its historic centre ...

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  • 11
    0.96 mi

    El Panecillo Hill and Monument

    0.96 mi from Uncle Ho´s
    4.5
    2 reviews

    A hill located in the middle west of the city at an altitude of about 9,895 ft above sea level. A 134.5 fttall aluminum monument of Quito's Madonna is visible from most of the city of Quito. Take a $5 taxi cab and you'll be there in about 10 minutes from your condo.

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    0.51 mi

    Trans Rabbit SA

    0.51 mi from Uncle Ho´s
    5
    1 review

    Very reliable and friendly van service for transport around Quito and local attractions. They are even able to take you up to Papallacta for a reasonable rate. Love these guys.

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    0.98 mi

    el Aguijon

    0.98 mi from Uncle Ho´s
    5
    1 review

    El Aguijon is the place to go to dance the night away in la mariscal. And there's no question that salsa night (every wednesday) is the night to go. Even wallflowers and non-dancers will find themselves sucked into the fun and excitement of the dancefloor. The club's exterior used to be an enormous, colorful graffiti mural, but it's been a ...

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  • 14
    0.35 mi

    Teatro Sucre

    0.35 mi from Uncle Ho´s
    5
    1 review

    very old refurbished theater, nice music, classical or jazz, small capacity, good feeling of cozyness

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    0.26 mi

    Junin Street

    0.26 mi from Uncle Ho´s
    4
    1 review

    Junin is a picturesque main street in the colonial district, and is home to major cultural sites and beautiful colonial architecture. Along the street are the Manuela Saenz Museum, Kigman Museum, the Ecuadorian Architecture Museum, the National Watercolor Museum, XVI Century San Marcos Church, and the Guitar Factory.

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    0.82 mi

    Centro Cultural Itchimbía

    0.82 mi from Uncle Ho´s
    4
    1 review
  • 17
    0.35 mi

    Calle La Ronda

    0.35 mi from Uncle Ho´s
    3
    1 review
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  • 18
    3.94 mi

    Quicentro

    3.94 mi from Uncle Ho´s
    4.5
    7 reviews

    This was my favorite mall in Quito. Mostly because it was in walking distance from my old home above the stadium, but also because it was a little slice of globalized Americana in the heart of the city. Not that I like or thrive on that kind of tasteless commercialism, but when you're spending months alone in trackless jungles and ...

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  • 19
    1.68 mi

    La Mariscal

    1.68 mi from Uncle Ho´s
    4
    9 reviews

    Fun place. This is best part of Quito to hang in if you are a younger, international traveler. Lots of great bars, restaurants, Internet cafes, shops, etc.

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  • 20
    2.22 mi

    TelefériQo

    2.22 mi from Uncle Ho´s
    4
    6 reviews

    This refreshing 8 minutes ride takes the traveler to the top of moorlands at 3600 ft. At summit, great views of Quito can be admired, as well as the nearby volcanoes in a clear day. It is a fun attraction.

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