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We took a 6am flight to Cusco - when the alarm went off at 4am, the wisdom of staying at the airport hotel was apparent!! It's only a one hour flight, but it's international hence the early arrival in the airport. Our tour guide met us at the airport and took us to the hotel in Cusco. We are not staying in this hotel until Friday night, but for the next two nights we are staying in the sacred valley which includes the train ...
'Friends.. Stopping here for 40 minutes. Here, there's the chapel, pottery, the temple and toilet...' Civilisation that made the pottery; lasted longer than the Incas... Chabeens... - other civilisations Carrall - oldest civilisation 3000BC 92m length 62m width Largest temple built by incas 2 materials used. Stone and ...
... freaking out as I was about to be left. GREAT day! But the train ride was great fun. The band was there again, and some really fun Spaniards were on board and it turned into a big party of dancing, singing, drinking....need I saw more? Worth the drama.
Even this sorry hotel didn't get me down. All I needed was a bed! And maybe another little nightcap to wind down and dust me off!
... carne or pollo, but she said something neither of us understood. It was still pretty good (tasted like chicken), and was severe with giant quarter-sized corn kernels. After seeing the festival grounds, where the Inca celebration performance stage was, we checked out the local ruins, held some baby animals (alpacas or sheep), and headed back down the hill for dinner.
We ended up eating at one of the best places in town, Chi Cha, where the famous chef had ...
... which are made of fieldstones. It is accessed via the terraces and a stairway that ends on a terrace with the Enclosure of the Ten Niches, the Wall of the Unfinished Gate and a one room building. The Wall and the stones of this set of terraces were constructed using a unique form of masonry not found anywhere else. Named "scutiform" masonry by Harthe-terre, many of the stones have tales that ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking