Hotel Maria Angola

Address: Bolognesi 190, Puno, ., Peru | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Bolognesi 190, Puno, is near Waynapicchu, Inca Trail, Sillustani, and Cusco & Machu Picchu Railway.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Maria Angola Puno

Reviewed by helguth

Good value for money

Reviewed Jul 4, 2010
by (10 reviews) , Norway Flag of Norway

Helpful staff, good beds and clean.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Maria Angola Puno

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Puno

Lake Titiccccchhhhhhaaaahhhhchhhaahhhhhhhh

A travel blog entry by kaitlin.tulbert on Jun 22, 2015

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... I woke up in the middle of the night feeling like I was lying naked in Elsa's ice castle. I realized all of my alpaca blankets had fallen off the bed. Go figure. When we woke up the next morning, you could see an orange glow out the window. This morning was special because it was the sunrise of the winter solstice - their New Year. Mama Olga said many times "No es mio..." referring to the head scarf that was not hers because it had a ...

Loving lake titicaca

A travel blog entry by racheljaynet on Jun 12, 2015

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... conversation. An early night ensues after training wife in ********. We awake several times in the night, owing largely to the braying of donkeys, as you do. We go to breakfast at 0730 and (try to) help make the bread, it is tasty, probably not thanks to us. Partially dehydrated/altitudey/viral illness-y I again struggle to eat, which anyone who knows me realises means illness. We then help out by peeling potatoes which is utterly hilarious. Laurita manages about six, I reckon I ...


A travel blog entry by 7800miles on Apr 17, 2015

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... a number of poles to make sure they don't float away. They must also always float and so must stay in deep enough water. The island we visited was a replacement for one that grounded itself and the reed roots ended up sucking the whole thing down! We got the impression that nowadays most islands (or rather the people on them) are not just living by themselves and being self-sufficient anymore, but that they sell merchandise to the tourists coming to their islands (which are covered ...


A travel blog entry by dionbarker on Mar 11, 2015

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... If you ever find your way to Peru.. Make sure you visit Huaraz! At least the photos of my dorm buddies looked stunning..

Next stop was Lima. The capital of Peru. With almost 10 million people it's huge. I had met a Peruana called Anna back in Ecuador, who lives in Lima, so I got offered a couch in the family home for a couple of nights in Lima. Only spent a couple of days there as it's not often I enjoy big cities, and this wasnt one of them. Next ...

Puno and lake titicaca

A travel blog entry by meganop on Dec 05, 2014

10 photos

... On the way back to Puno we stopped off at the floating islands of Uros. They are constructed entirely of reeves form the lake because the roots float like cork. The community was surprisingly large and we learnt some interesting facts. One of these is that in Uros if you don't like your neighbour or have a fight with a family member you just get a giant saw and cut their part of the island off of yours so they float away. Kids take themselves to school ...