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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... top which was a total height of 2,600m. The steps cut across the road that the buses went up to the top but the road takes about an hour more as it zig zags up the mountain. We arrived at the top sweating heavily and very tired but we knew we were here and it was what the whole trek had been leading up too. We were the first group up there and went to the check point where you got your ticket checked and passport checked. The line built up behind ...
... a church steeple or the cathedral and Plaza de Armas. The mountains surrounding Cusco are nurturing and protective, keeping this glorious city hidden from view. Cusco is my favorite place.
I was running out of time and so I ran down the hill at full pace and managed it at half the time it took to climb. It was a dangerous free fall - I also ended up taking a path into the back garden of a Peruvian home. The dogs in Peru are very good at guarding ...
... corner from our hotel with live music where we sat on the balcony and wiled the hours away whilst listening to a pan pipe band that had become synonymous with our South American experience. Unfortunately that night Al had his first attack of the runs and was up all night, terrible timing for the start of our Inca trek the next day!
Our little group had become 16 with the addition of another Intrepid group of Aussies, Nicole travelling with her parents, Milos and Anna ...
... got in behind us 10? 12?? Any how we were now full and so no more stops required and off to Cusco. We had comfortable seats and arrived to the main square and upon dis-engorging paid the requisite fare.
As we are now aware our hotel is close to the square - only problem was that we now know there are 3 squares and the road the hostal is situated has 2 names. After spending an hour solving that we also were successful in finding the Hostal entrance at the ...
... ago a dietician from Bath, at the age of 71 cut her ties in the UK and came to this town to set up nutritional projects as she realised the Kitchwa, the real mountain people were starving and undernourished due to the lack of availability of nutritional foods all year round. She set up a cafe for tourists selling near western food and funnels the profits back into the local population. At last, we have found a place where the use of ...