Don Raul Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of note. We attempted to get out some cash from an ATM, which turned out to be a much harder prospect than you would expect. It was a Sunday and San Pedro is notorious for having empty cash machines, so with our bellies rumbling we walked on to try our third ATM after 2 previously failed attempts at withdrawing cash, and who should be there but Henry, Johanna and Hanka. We finally managed to get some cash out at our fourth attempt (which was ironically from the ...
... here which is a
millimetre a year. The desert was just so quiet as we walked around in awe.
After a very small provided snack we headed a bit further into the valley where
the water had carved out a very different feature. We walked up a very narrow
steep canyon like a siq to a spot where above there was an opening and walls on
all sides. The light shone through this opening lighting the cavern area. ...
... a bit. Arrived at the geysers just as the sky was lightening, they are pretty cool, and you can walk around the whole area so you get nice and close to them, at your own peril mind you cause some people have broken through the edge, that sure wouldn't be pleasant at 85 degrees celsius. The best time is daybreak when it freezing cold and the steam sprouts really show up well against the cold air. I don't know how ...
... people in our hostal who paid 47000 pesos (70 USD) for 2 days tour to 4 places but we didn't feel the need to visit every tourist attraction. We checked tripadvisor and decided to take a bicycle tour around the city instead. Bikes cost 3000 (5USD) pesos for half day and 6000 (10 USD) for full day and it's probably more enjoyable than to take a tour bus full of people. Food in San Pedro was costly with no ...
... and buying some groceries in very mini supermarkets. We met the owner of the hostel who seems like a very interesting French lady who has been here for 20 years! She said she got trapped, so not sure what that meant we were thinking we would find it pretty easy to move on from the place!! Early night to try to recover from the bus ...