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... expensive parking in the world - even higher than New York. I believed her after it cost $27 for 1 1/2 hours!!! WE wondered around some shoes and then ate Thai at the Rose Garden. Stephens Avenue walk is an intact turn of the century streetscape and looks very western with preserved old buildings and no high rise on this street but certainly all around it
... the maps and found a wonderful route that took us into the foothills of the Canadian Rockies and then into the mountains themselves. These are the same mountains I sit in the camper dinette and watch. I can now report based on our odometer that they are 40 miles away from our campsite.
We started out on Trans Canada 1, a 4 lane road with a steady stream of Calgarians going the same way we were. It was bumper to bumper for quite a while with everyone headed to the mountains for ...
... within the elevator. When it is time to transport the grain the process is reversed with another set of buckets picking the grain up from the boot under the storage bin and raising it up to pour into the train car or truck.
One notable cultural norm of the area is their focus on their western heritage. For example, all their major highway routes are called trails. In Binghamton terms, it would be the Brandywine Trail not the Brandywine Highway. This may in ...
... us up.
Then we fly on Peruvian Air to Cuzco and get picked up at the airport by our B&B from Ollantaytambo for the 1.25 hour drive to our B&B there.
We are there 2 nights and take the train to Machu Picchu (MP). Getting the tickets on line for MP was an experience. The web site needs some ...
... and drive south to Ica, to fly the Nazca lines and do some sand boarding and dune buggies. Rest and relax around the pool then home on 25th.
Weather in Cusco looks cool, and a little damp: 12 'C day and 4 at night with showers. Might get a little frost on our nose going over "Dead Womans Pass"(Abra Warmihua˝usca) 13776ft)