Hostal El Triunfo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Huaca Pucllana the Peruvian pyramids turn out to be only 1km from our hotel and we head out on the morning to find it before we have to head to the airport again ...after another delicious fresh fruit and strong coffee breakfast of course. The pyramids are still being restored and we are to early for a tour but the are smack in the …
Sat 17/05/14 04:30 wake up early for breakfast. Take the bus up to the entrance of the famous Inca Citadel of Machu Picchu 05:00 Avoiding the crowds, you will be one of the first visitors of the day Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu - World Heritage Site 05:30 First Bus to Machu Pichu 06:00 Machupicchu "SUNRISE" Tour 2 Day/1 Night 06:18 Sunrise 06 …
... shown a table and given a menu. So far, so good. Then we noticed a TV was on and quite loud. We also noticed no-one was eating. Then we waited some more. After 15 minutes, and no wait person in sight to take our orders or, more importantly, to ask if we wanted anything to drink - yes bloody please! - we got up and left. The other patrons who were in there before us still weren't eating anything as we waved them adios. We went for another short wander and found ...
We set off early to Cusco after having a lovely night in the lodge, it was going to be a long day. The drive took 13 hours longer than expected because of traffic and meeting the truck late after spending time in the mountains again on the way out of Chivy. We got to the hotel eventually after our transfer from the coach par where the truck had to drop us off. At this point we had to take all our belongings with us and everything we needed for the inca trail ...