Hotel Confort

Address: Ancash 237, Huancayo, 12000, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ancash 237, Huancayo.
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Travel Blogs from Huancayo

24. Huancayo to Ayacucho (3 days, 173 miles)

A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Nov 15, 2014

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... about the beauty of Peru, wishing us good luck, and shaking our hands again. It was a lovely exchange and the first time we've heard someone talk so passionately about their country and get excited that others have come to experience it since we left the USA. On top of all this, the sun came out for only the second time on the trip, and we arrived in Mayocc at around 2pm in bright, boiling hot sunshine. It's a beautiful spot with the Mantaro River and red rock cliffs ...

23. Lima to Huancayo (5 days, 188 miles)

A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Nov 10, 2014

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... of rainy season - a silly time to be riding!), we needed to stop. Still, another first achieved, peddling to 4,818 metres over the highest level crossing in the world (niche) and past the highest train station in the world. And it only took three days! It's downhill from here for a while which should make for some easier days. Day 4. Wednesday 12th November. Pucara to Jauja. Another hideous night's sleep in which we both suffered from headaches due to the altitude. We got ...

Peru Part 4

A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Sep 03, 2014

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... we waited in the mass of people (think Black Friday at kohls number of people) for our chance at more free exercise on the bumpy bus ride up the mountain, it was already daylight. Since Machu Pichu is on a mountain and surrounded by mountains I don't know how the sunrise works. I think you are just supposed to enjoy the early morning sun illuminating the ruins and highlighting the lack of people in the lower tiers.

Not everyone in ...

Peru Part 3

A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Sep 02, 2014

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... tendency towards motion sickness. We were well prepared with our double dose of Dramamine (don't you love alliteration?) and also branched out to try the motion sickness bracelets we bought like 3 years ago.

Our train took us from a small town in The Sacred Valley (don't ask me to spell it or pronounce it) to Aguas Calientes. Then from Aguas Calientes you take a bus up the mountain to Machu Picchu. It is a really ...

Peru Part 2

A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Aug 31, 2014

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... religious area. I mean, they didn't even put in a hand rail. Who builds a ruin with 193 steps, and no handrail?

This part is for my mom. You know she worries if she thinks we are not eating on vacation. Lunch was an experience. We were given an hour and 10 minutes to eat and shop. We decided to eat at a sit down restaurant. We ordered off the tourist menu, which we thought would be quick and easy. It was not. But you knew ...