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... t want our last night in Cusco to be blighted with the noise that seems to be ubiquitous in all developing countries. While the room was probably smaller than what we had first been offered, and a little on the dark side, the plusses outweighed the minuses by a long way. It was on the ground floor (so no stairs to negotiate with our exceedingly heavy luggage), it overlooked one of the pretty original internal patios (the hotel has seven), and it was ...
... to sleep on the tables in the airport dining room.
I know my blog has taken off when people begin to suggest photos and make other contributions. Here's one from Terry Lurtz:
Murray had a little band
Whose hair was white as snow
And everywhere that Murray went
The band was sure to go.
We followed him to town one day
And found there was no flight
So back to Hotel Llao Llao
Where we did spend the night.
... world (it's is not, there is one in Brazil that is bigger). There are a lot of monuments and statues along ave 9 de Julio. One of the biggest being the obelisk, a tall, thin, white column. My favourite is the metal outline of Evita Peron on each side of a building I. The middle of the city is her image, similar to the one of Chè in Cuba. One side shows her strong and talking into a microphone and faces the north of the city where the rich people live and it's kind of a ...
... to some of the other sights of the city so we walked to plaza de mayo which is where the casa rosada is (translation, pink house, parliament building). We walked around and checked out the architecture of the old buildings in the square. The plaza is significant as a central plaza for porteņos (people from buenos aires) to celebrate, and in particular, protest due to the view that the politicians have of the square. When we were there there was a ...
... to Chile. I put the arm rests up, wrapped myself in my blanket and hoody, propped the pillows from all 3 seats under my head and slept practically the whole way! I woke up for food when I smelt pizza!! Yummm. It was a great flight. I had 2 hours in Santiago Chile airport in where again I found a seat to curl up on and went to sleep until my connecting flight. My luggage had been checked in all the way to Buenos Aires which saved me some hassle ...