Hotel Casona Colon Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we had the whole afternoon and evening concerts of the different music bands, at one point it started to rain, but they did not care, they just went on playing!
Today the festival is going to its end, but still, we had processions, carrying the statue of the seņora de la Candelaria through the streets, again with lots of music and drums. I think today was the last day ;-) These people must be exhausted!
... in Peru, a road journey of 400kms. We had a few planned stops including one at the highest point on the journey, 4335 metres above the sea. The scenery was thrilling in parts with fantastic views of the Andes but as we travelled through the High Plain of the Andes it became very drab & depressing with mile after mile of vegetable farms - potatoes mainly. The people working them all seemed quite ...
... br> Our first try at getting transport was with a pretty disreputable looking tuk-tuk driver surrounde by a delegation of his mates; he wanted 6 Soles and didn't seem inclined to bargain on that. Maybe he thought his 'backins' would reinforce the prospect of the sale - but he was wrong; we just said no and turned back into the bus station. Outside another door we found a more amenable soul and we were soon at the hotel upon payment of 5 Soles. It was next to the main square ...
... trying to behave like they have the same rights to the road. Our guides name for the tour of the lake region was Alex. He was a bit odd. His phone case had purple flowers all over it. He almost poked fun at the wedding traditions of the people on an island where his girlfriend is from. You have to kneel something like 4 days and endure bites from all sorts of bugs while everyone else parties apparently. So you want to be really sure before getting ...
... several cinder block buildings and fences painted with what I guess to be local electoral candidate names and slogans as well as people traveling in the back of trucks or sides of semis. There were a few sheep and skinny cows on leashes. Overall it appeared quite dry and a stark contrast to the upscale glass condos of Miraflores. Puno sits on the shore of Lake Titicaca, which apparently is shaped like a puma. Seeing as we are all adjusting to the altitude, we spent ...