Hostal Lago Sagrado Inn Puno

Address: Avenida la Torre N0 449, Puno, 051, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenida la Torre N0 449, Puno, is near Waynapicchu, Inca Trail, Cusco & Machu Picchu Railway, and Catedral de Puno.
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        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


        • Continental Breakfast
        • Room service

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        Travel Blogs from Puno

        Lake Titicaca

        A travel blog entry by gemma_nicolle on Oct 17, 2015

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        We crossed the boarder to Peru and arrived in Puno late afternoon on Monday. After checking into the hostel we met for dinner. Our tour guide, Antonio took us to a restaurant where he recommended trying the Guinea pig, it was very nice and tasted a bit like chicken (like most things!) The next day we were picked up by our local tour guide tour who took us to lake Titicaca. We had about an hours boat ride to our first stop which was the ...

        Day 43: Chez Puno

        A travel blog entry by gregros on Sep 08, 2015

        3 photos

        ... had to make do with a generic coke. The journey itself was uneventful. The bus had TVs but no onboard entertainment. Jess put Pitch Perfect on a USB so we could watch that, but after about 30 minutes it stopped playing so we went back to listening to our own music. The bus stopped at services around 1pm, which included a quite impressively sized shop selling tourist ****, crisps and chocolate. There was a hot food counter ...

        Bus trip from Cuzco to Puno

        A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Sep 07, 2015

        1 comment, 10 photos

        ... home to a church in which all the walls and ceilings are intricately painted. It is known as the Cistine Chaple of South America. After another hour and a half we stopped at the Raqchi Inca ruins. Of a completely different architectural style, these ruins have the largest Inca temple, are surrounded by a 3m high wall and have dozens of huge grain storage silos. ...

        Teachers College Maintains the Planet

        A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Jul 31, 2015

        ... the past so that attention might be focused on the future. That 1918 NEA Report, "Cardinal Principles of Secondary Education," for all its maddening banality, was to prove over time one of the most influential education documents of the twentieth century. It decreed that specified behaviors, health, and vocational training were the central goals of education, not mental development, not character, not godliness.

        Fitzgerald wrote she could not find a name for ...

        Schwimmende Inseln & strickende Männer

        A travel blog entry by bjoern84 on Jun 05, 2015

        19 photos

        ... skirts are not married. After an hour walk we took a lunch break at a local restaurant. We ate delicious pancakes and listened intently to the stories of the locals. On this island, the Incas had never set foot. First, the Incas yarn knew nothing of the existence of the island. When she was discovered but turned out that the residents the Incas recognized as their gods. This enraged the Incas and they cut off the supply routes to the island. The soil of the island is ...