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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the boys. At first I thought i actually wanted to take it home for later but as the little boy started to excitedly tuck in to it I realised that he needed and wanted it far more than I did. There was a little part of me that also though the might've been disabled as he had scars all over him and didn't speak a word throughout the whole encounter. After our little Chinese feed we were back on Ereis mototaxi and hussing around to the ...
Our original plan was to head to Cusco today .... However we have enjoyed Pisac so much, we managed to secure an extra night in our B&B in Pisac - so here we are again. After breakfast we walked into town and Danny negotiated with a taxi driver to take us to Ollantaytambo for the afternoon ...our Spanish is getting better by the day. This ancient ...
... circles in a natural amphitheater. There is much argument about the reason for these circular terraces - some say they were for public gatherings but the more accepted theory is that they were used as an area for experimentation for the appropriate microclimates needed by the Incas to grow their various crops. Whatever the reason for their construction, these terraces are an amazing feat of engineering, yet ...
... full winter gear with ugh boots and wool jackets. We were so surprised by the amount of people we saw jogging along the beach. The paths were more on a cliff overlooking the ocean and we saw a couple of surfers but other than that, there was nobody on the actual beach. I have never seen any one out for a run before in any other city, but as we did our morning walk along the beach, we were surrounded by runners. After walking along the beach, we found a cafe to eat breakfast at and ...
... we wound up with an entirely French-Canadian group.
We eventually made it to the bottom of the canyon, where there was a small bridge to cross the river to the other side and a small local woman in traditional garb who had carried cold drinks all the way to this point in order to sell them to tourists - they are a dedicated and hardworking people! We eventually made it to our lunch spot, a farmhouse a little way up the other side of the canyon, where we indulged in the standard ...