Andean South Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... The Lima airport is set up kind of different. There's a Starbucks and a bunch of restaurants outside security. And on our flight to Cusco there was nothing other than a convenience store and a jewelry store beyond security. So we killed a lot of time sitting in Starbucks before going through security. Well on the international side there's a lot of different restaurants and shops! But no free wifi... Tradeoffs. We got on our plane, and with the time change, landed in Santiago Chile at ...
... The inkans knew the power and value of water and took advantage of the spring close to the city to provide fresh water to the community There are drainage ditches everywhere to keep the stone work in place There are also drainage ditches alongside the stairs so the water doesn't run over the stairs... They thought of everything!! All the buildings are made of white granite and there's a huge rock quarry on the mountain where they would've gotten their stones Some of the buildings ...
... luck for the coming new year you should walk around the town square 12 times. It was interesting to see how fast this road became filled with people. A few of our group decided to join in but they didn’t make it very far as apparently there were so many people it was almost a stand still.
After enjoying the uncontrolled fun for almost an hour, we made one circle around the square on our way back to the hotel. It was interesting to experience the ...
... Popper the problem of scientific knowledge left by Hume and Kant was brilliantly explicated. For Popper, as for the modern mind, man approaches the world as a stranger--but a stranger who has a thirst for explanation, and an ability to invent myths, stories, theories, and a willingness to test these. Sometimes, by luck and hard work and many mistakes, a myth is found to work. The theory saves the phenomena; it is a lucky guess. And this is the ...
... course but guinea pig! A local delicacy. The rest of the afternoon was spent resting a little and then we wandered our way across from the hotel to a museum for a weaving demonstration. The woman who runs it was given a grant by National Geographic to help keep the weaving tradition alive. Mom bought me a Christmas present from one of the ladies. To wrap up the evening we headed to dinner and then right to bed to be ready for Machu Picchu in the ...