Aspen Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Last day in South America.
Fly out tomorrow, BA to Santiago to Toronto to Calgary, total elapsed time 20 hours.
This was an interesting trip
Were not planning on stopping in Lima but we did and loved it. We had heard horror stories of crime & violence. Nada, a piece of cake, a very nice city.
Ollyantaytambo was OK. It is quite small & rustic. A great jumping off point for Machu Picchu.
MP surprised us. There is so much more the what you see in ...
... I wasn't sure if it was allowed. I felt like such a tourist! Especially since the other 4 people in my box were obviously upper class. So as discretely as I could I took a few pictures. The opera was in 4 acts, and I honestly enjoyed every minute of it. Like my friend Dan told me, “a little culture will do you good”! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teatro_Co l%C3%B3n
... We relaxed and had a fairly lazy following day, visiting the famous San Telmo street market in the afternoon which is full of local crafts and interesting artisan goods. We headed down to the city centre on the Monday to attempt to arrange our Indian visas. The surly visa official was very disinterested in us and the reasons behind two Britons applying for them here but happily took our cash (obviously, at cú90 each!) before failing to offer any form of estimate of when they may ...
At last we were able to board our aircraft, and as we walked through the business class we realised that the plane was a new 'dreamliner'. Very nice, but we went on through to the cattle class. It was a bit more spacious there too. Just under 2 hours and then we were in Buenos Aires. Met by our driver and whisked to our hotel - in & out of lanes of traffic, through toll booths, along a massive motorway with at least 6 lanes each way, down narrow streets ...
... day. We went to buy the alcohol to take with us to the party and we cooked the food ready to take. We made a pasta salad and then I also made the rest of the risotto into arranchini balls and fried them up. At about 9 Diego and his dad came to pick us up and they took us to his brothers girlfriends house in a barrio called La Boca. There were loads of people there and they had a big outdoor space. They had laid out 3 long tables and a big table full of everyone's food. So we ate, ...