Hotel Kunturwassi Colca
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Cute place- very quiet and romantic. Great jacuzzi bath tub!
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A note about last night's campground which reminded me of a song sung by The Limeliters which has the line "The rumble of a distant train puts me back to sleep again". Too bad the rumbling trains were not distant (about a block away) and not only rumbled but frequently blow their whistle. Not a particularly quiet night.
... and found another cyclist travel blog about camping there. The officer ended up saying it was OK. I had a really grueling day of biking. It's a little hilly out here, and there's a constant east-facing headwind. Several times today, I was biking and got chased by farm dogs. No one has fences out here. Something about bikes makes dogs flip out. One in particular gave me a pretty good scare. It was enough to get off and put my bike between the two of us. ...
We're back in Illinois again. So from Two Rivers, we took a different route out. (heh heh rhymes) From Two Rivers we started on state highway 42. That took us to I-43, which carried us south to route 151 west to Valders. From there we got on state highway 67, which took us waaaaay south to Elkhorn. There we re-entered I-43 and took it to Beloit, in which we got on
... stove shipped in from Germany in 1874, nearby, a microwave!
Sadly, much of the house is in dire need of restoration. But seeing the beauty in the parquet inlay floors, the intricate craftsmanship in the extensive woodwork, the magnificent staircases and marble fireplace hearths gives its visitors a glimpse into the past glory of this home.
Bye for now and stay well.
Headed off by 6am and enjoyed the first couple of hours, not
as hard as everyone made out but then things worsened – the path got steeper,
rockier, with more big steps and the top looked quite close but I seemed to get
no closer – very demoralising and made me wish I had accepted the passing muleteer’s
offer of 30s for the 2 hours to the top.
There was pretty ...