Foresta Hotel & Suites
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... Again very impressive considering the tools the Inca had to work with. Although the one resource they had in abundance was people and unimaginable numbers were lost during the construction. Our hotel was the Marriott and our final stop for the day. As we arrived we were given the local coca tea to help with altitude sickness. I was suffering from a headache but other than that felt ok. Wazza was fine although we both had to walk really slowly up stairs and ...
... rather than home made fresh flavors that are the particular taste sensations that the chickens I remember had. This one tastes like the seasoning come out of a bottle...not unlike Nandos I guess once they become too large and commercial. The sauce is now made in a factory in bulk. My search will continue though! We made it to our room and get ready to go out for dinner (the artist den still smells and we hate it even more tonight!). ...
... gills live on the bottom of the lake and 5 varieties of fish. Back to the hotel to pick up our hand luggage and onto the bus with a packed lunch box and head out of Puno to the airport back at Juliaco to fly to Lima. Puno has 200,00 people and was founded in 1668 by the Spanish. The potato and quinoa plots survive 4000m above sea level because it is equatorial. Juliaco airport is near the Bolivian border and Kris says our luggage may ...
... of doors up selling "Arepas". Had no idea what they were but after having one it was amazing. A Mexican style dish. A muffin looking bun that tasted similar to nacho chips filled with meat and cheese. Added on some garlic sauce and we had a winner. In the evening Minto, Lauren, TJ, Anette and I wandered around after with new guide, went down to the beach. Wasn't much of a beach but had a nice relaxing sit on the ...
... 6:00 am in the morning have the strong and immediate urge to document the hazy Lima dawn in the park. So I was back in the Parque de la Exposicion watching the sun climb higher and higher, flashing through the branches of trees and bursting over the roofs of the municipal buildings. It was a precious moment; the frenetic city looked almost delicate, sort of like a face on the brink of waking up, retaining the peace of sleep but somehow aware of the coming day. Once the sun was ...