Loreto Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on Facebook and I will forward them on. We did seem rather mesmerised by this procession. We could walk along side it, we had our pictures taken with some of the participants, it sounds silly but we nearly felt part of it! Eventually hunger got the better of us and we headed off with a meal at a local restaurant. The late supper menu turned out to be a semolina soup (quite nice) and beefsteak and chips. We thought the waitress had given us the wrong change, but because it was ...
... and you have a mint tea and the day just drops off you in this haven of peace and tranquility. We only have one day more in Cusco. You could spend a week here and not see everything. Dinner tonight at a restaurant called Marcelo Batata which is fifty metres down the road from the hotel and which has a rooftop bar where you can enjoy pre-dinner drinks whilst looking out over the rooftops of Cusco. ...
... unbelievable that they could have carried the huge stone, perfectly fit them together and no mortar. We saw the protuberances that were used to hoist the stone up the mountains. Also saw stone in the rock walls that were used like steps to climb the walls. We then went to our home hosted lunch where we made the specialty of Peru, cuy, or Guinea pig. Our group participated in the catching, and ...
... there on time.
The taxi situation in Cuzco was the same as Lima, except this time I found a guy who would take 5sol to go a further distance. I never found the hostel that I asked him to take me to. Didn't matter, I didn't have a reservation anyway. Do the first one I came to I got a bed at. Worked out alright too, there was only 1 other person in the 5 share room. A rather ...
... used to the bikes and conditions, but in no time we were at the bottom. At the base of a hill was a small village and we headed off road along a dirt road through mainly farmland, and a larger town that is famous for its bread, providing much of the bread requirements of Cusco. Every time I had to ride up hill I found myself very breathless (it's a very strange feeling when you know you would normally be fine but you find yourself struggling to suck ...