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Shenandoah Pie Company in Otavalo, Ecuador
Ecuador

The inside of Shenandoah Pie Company, a thirty year-old pie and ice cream diner that gives you the choice of up to eight kinds of pie to choose from at any given time. And, each huge slice of pie will only set you back around $1.25-$2.00, whether it's chocolate meringue or raspberry pie. Located on Plaza de Ponchos next to the handicrafts market in Otavalo, Ecuador.

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Uploaded: 29/08/2009
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Tags: ecuador; otavalo; pie; restaurant; diner; shenandoah pie company; food; plaza de ponchos
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