Town of Banos is nestled right up against a volcano.
View from our room at Volcano Hotel
View straight down
View of the room from the loft
Room has a loft with another double bed to match the king size below.
Nice view out the window.
Lovely local lady winding yarn to make hats.
Catholic art is everywhere, like this one in Pappardelle restaurant.
and this one with Easter and Tamuz.
Made-to-order Italian at a Banos restaurant
Made-to-order chicken lasagna at Pappardelle Cucina on the main street. Read more at http://www.aswesawit.com/things-to-do-in-banos-ecuador/
Filet and mushrooms was tender, juicy and the sauce is very nice at Pappardelle's. Read more about Banos at http://www.aswesawit.com/things-to-do-in-banos-ecuador/
Most town squares have a church on them, like this one dedicated to the Virgin Mary of the Waters.
Reminded me of Notre Dame in Paris
Entrance to church dedicated to the worship of the Virgin of the Waters.
Inside was beautiful.
View to the alter.
View towards the chapel. Portraits in Banos' church are of miracles they attribute to Our Lady of the Holy Waters.
View up town from the church square
Streets of Banos were busy with locals and gringos alike
Fruit and veggies for sale at the Mercado.
Pull up a chair and get a great inexpensive meal too.
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