Hotel & Casino Boulevard
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... well, not just gold, mostly to do with weaponry. So on display was weapons of the world, including swords, revolvers etc, along with various battle dress and other items. The "gold" part of the "museum" contained various old artifacts, including clay pots, jewelry and even a mummy or two! Since there were not much in the line of signage, our guide had to explain the various items, but luckily he did a good job of it. After the gold museum we headed to ...
... The dunes looked really steep and we watched the Peruvian couple do their first run seated so followed suit for our first run - it wasn't particularly fast, although Charlotte disagreed - she did go a lot further than I did, perhaps as she's lighter. In any case we didn't need the protection of dragging our hands behind to slow us down (which the other girl did to her detriment, wiping out at the bottom). Climbing back up the dunes was difficult, and took much ...
... She was rubbing her legs in anticipation of each round of the game, and her t shirt was tucked in. It did not look right. She even managed to kick Sophie’s red cocktail all over her during one of the rounds in which the contestants had to get a white shoe from the crowd as quickly as they could. Sophie was not happy, understandably. In the time Sophie took to go and clean herself up in the bathroom and return, the place had basically turned into a nightclub, ...
... At the place where this finally happened, in a valley in the high Andes, Manco founded Cusco as the capital of the Inca civilization.
"How do you know?" the clever child will ask. Well, stay tuned because I did not find out the right answer to this question till I actually toured the Franciscan monastery in Lima on Friday. But the Inca and other pre-colonial cultures did not have writing.
... due to the excessive cost of the rail option. The package included pick up/drop off at our guest house, mini-bus to Hydroelectrica where we had a two and a half hour walk through the cloud forest to the little town of Agua Callientes at the foot of Macchu Picchu, overnight in a hostel, food, English speaking guide and entry tickets. Sweet!
Ready and waiting at 6.30am we got a phone call at 6.50am telling us to meet the bus at a ...