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trying to find the right hotels, Hamadryade Lodge, Galapagos Safari?...

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Hello everybody,

i'm preparing a trip to Ecuador/Galapagos and I made a first selection of hotels and Lodges that I liked... on their website and tripadvisor
maybe someone could help me with proper insight :

Quito : la Mansion del Angel or Le Parc
Termas de Papallacta
Hamadryade Lodge
Samari Spa in Banos
San Angustin de Callo
back to Quito and then to the Galapagos Safari Camp on Santa Cruz

the two I really would like to do, especially because it's my honeymoon are Hamadryade Lodge (www.hamadryade-lodge.com) because everybody seem to love the place. luxurious with great activities such as rafting primary rainforest jungle tours and such.
and Galapagos Safari Camp (www.galapagossafaricamp.com) which seems to follow the same concept, combining luxury and adventure.

now all this seem perfect, but I would feel more comfortable if someone could confirm that

thank you very much, all advices are appreciated

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