DUO Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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We arrived in Lima, Peru today with no issues. It is warmer than we had at expected. We may have to go shopping for some warm weather clothes (oh darn). Adventures by Disney picked us up from the airport and got us safely to our hotel. We are staying right across the street from an outdoor mall. We didn't do to much today since it was a very long travel day. We ...
... lots of terraces and natural springs that have been flowing for 850 years was beautiful to see. We saw the ruins of Ollantaytambo, which has the largest stones that the Incas placed, bigger than the Pyramids of Egypt. All incredible sites.
We boarded the Vistadome train to take us to Aquas Calientes; after a bus ride with many harrowing hairpin turns, we reached Machu Picchu. Our private guide, Luz, took us on a hike to see the highlights of ...
... and encountered a huge crowd. According to our guide there is always something going on there on Sundays and we happened on a huge religious processional, complete with dancers, bands, incense and religious icons carried by groups of at least eight strong men. It was interesting to see how they got these into the church and I still wonder where they put them inside.
Our third stop was at the ...
... memorable. Aguadito de Pollo. Rice, cilantro, peas and spicy aji, all boiled together with... chicken feet. Yes. Feet. Not legs. FEET. I didn't really know what to do with them so ate around them until, on Ricardo's encouragement, I manned up and stuck the foot in my mouth and waited. Do I chew? Swallow? Can you swallow a foot? How will my stomach cope with a foot? That's some serious digestion. I don't like this. It is slimy and wet and all I can think of is "I have a foot in my ...
... Wi-Fi locally has been very disappointing. Where we can get access, the signal is so weak that it’s virtually impossible to upload any sizeable images. We’ll have two (2) sea days to get to Coquimbo (La Serena) so it’s back to the tables.
Again, as I’ve said numerous times – thanks so much to all of you who are reading my postings – your comments have been appreciated – it’s nice to have a word from ...