- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... still visible and in use today. We walked to the main square to have breakfast before heading to the fortress that looms over the town. We watched the men and women in full traditional dress wander the streets. It was a short walk to the entrance of the fortress and we paid our fee, 130 Soles around $70, but it also gets us 15 other entries over 10 days. One of those things you just have to do... As you enter you are greeted by ...
... really had to pinch ourselves. It is just as incredible as it looks on the postcards and a must for everyone's bucket list. I guarantee you, you won't be left disappointed. When we got back to Cusco we treated ourselves to a 'gringo' restaurant where we pigged out! There was no stopping us and it was straight onto an overnight bus to the next stop in Peru, the city of Arequipa! The next blog will describe the last few places we visited before leaving Peru and onto our next country, Bolivia! :-) ...
... stunning, the mountains and rivers and the roads where consecutive hair pins carved into the side of the hill with a long drop on one side and a cliff face on the other. Before we reached Cuzco we for held up for about 1 and a half hours due to road work, I think, before the last 2 hours of the trip. Just over 24 hours and we were finally there! Got the hostel, went and got some food that wasn't poison, and then time to relax, ...
... airport until 9am to fly to the galapagos islands - if you are really keen on knowing more read, "turn right at machu picchu" bloody great read!
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P.s my guide is so good he actually won a trip to Canada all expenses paid for 10days. He won this "golden ticket" on our last dinner together, his general manager came and presented it to him while we nibbled on guinea pig - which was quite ...
Our group was assembled, piece by piece, at 6:00am on a cold wet Cusco morning. The excitement was obvious, along with it a degree of uncertainty as we settled into our guided four day tour to Machu Picchu. Luckily, it was obvious our enthusiastic guide would really bring our small group together for this experience of a lifetime.
After a two hour bus ride on windy mountain roads, we finally made it to our first adventure: a three ...