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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... lounge before our 5:00 am flight.
Cusco has an altitude of 14,000 feet (3 times as high as Denver) and we read up on altitude sickness before the trip so we were well prepared. We started taking a medication to help prevent the effects before we left Cincinnati and we hydrated ourselves all day on ...
... put in a taxi. I started to be stressed. Because I wanted to be back, before midnight Danish time, to make a notice of my memories for my father. Back in the city, first we couldn't go in to the hostel, when that was fixed, I couldn't get my backpack from storage, which hold my iPad. I lost it. I was just so sad, and I started kicking the door in anger, surely leaving the to Danish guys, speech less. I don't want to think what they thought of me at that point. ...
... underground market (that would probably not get approval from the building or fire department), but everything is neatly arranged in rows and every area/stand has a specific thing they sell. They even had a useful map and exit signs so you could find your way around. By far the most friendly market we've been so (the wares perhaps the most shoddy).
We were suprised to find that although our full 5 am flight was on an Air Bus it was followed every 1/2 hour for a while with similar flights.
Again great Lan service and the pilots must love the approach to Cusco as they flip from one wing tip to the other to miss the mountains. Landed safely though at Cusco 10,800 ft above sea level.
The single suitcase that we are using came off the ...
... tree snakes, frogs and a lot of insects! We were well prepared for the mosquitos with our long clothes, malaria tablets and 99.9%25 deet!
After the jungle we flew to Cusco in preparation for our hike on the Inca Trail. With elevation of 3,400 metres, it was vital to spend a couple nights here to acclimatise to the higher elevation prior to our trek. It was a nice little town; lots of good restaurants ...