Maria Angola Inn

Address: Bolognesi 190, Puno, ., Peru | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Bolognesi 190, Puno, is near Waynapicchu, Inca Trail, Sillustani, and Cusco & Machu Picchu Railway.
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Travel Blogs from Puno

From Cuzco to Puno

A travel blog entry by guillytor on Dec 18, 2014

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... plenty of them on sell.

The last leg of the trip took some hour and 40 minutes and passed the much bigger city of Juliaca before arriving in Puno and some impressive vistas of Lake Titicaca.

At 5pm we left the bus terminal and headed to our hotel that with its 10 floor and restaurant was a well deserved place to rest after such a long day. Dinner was with grilled trout an coca tea....

Time to rest now
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Lake Titikaka

A travel blog entry by tabl on Dec 03, 2014

... the other side and back on the road we headed to Copacabana where we were to have an hour for lunch. Most of the group went to this one restaurant, but due to time restrictions Maya, Nat and myself went on down to the beach front to find some where else. Copacabana is meant to be very pretty but the lake front was full of peddle swans and didn't look overly appealing. We headed up onto the roof of one very dodgy looking place and ordered... To cut a long ...

Becoming a Local (Day 45)

A travel blog entry by bdfro on Nov 24, 2014

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... community. Typically one large extended family lives on an island. Each family has a simple one room house with corrugated metal roof covered with reeds and there is a communal kitchen building. We were shown how the island is made and replenished, as the reeds slowly decompose over time. The ground was spongy but felt solid. We were also taken to see one of the homes and the girls were dressed in traditional clothes for pictures. From there we were shown handicrafts that ...

The last of Peru

A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on Nov 23, 2014

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We had yet another early morning on our first day back in Cusco, for which we had booked a quad bike tour. This was to take us into Cusco's Sacred Valley to see the salt mines which produces the mineral water, and another set of ruins. Unfortunately, like all tours recently, it let us down by trying to charge us an extra $50 to get into the ruins when the agency had promised views without having to pay to get in. Other than ...

Day 35 - Back in Cusco

A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Nov 24, 2014

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... ruins that made up the capital of the Incan empire. The plaza is made up of the famous Incan walls, made from boulders that have been cut and refined to sit perfectly on top of one another with no use of cement or mortar to help it stick. A man greeted me at the entrance trying to sell me a ticket I didn't need (as many of the ruins in Sacsayhuaman are free of charge to see). He did, however, offer a horse riding tour at a discounted price. I accepted and we darted off in a taxi ...

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