Hotel Presidente

Tacna 248, Puno, Peru | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Tacna 248, Puno, is near Waynapicchu, Inca Trail, Cusco & Machu Picchu Railway, and Urubamba Weavers' Route.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Puno

Lake Titicaca Excursion and Homestay

A travel blog entry by lauren.guite on Aug 04, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... we had forgotten to bring money, meaning that we couldn't buy ourselves drinks (and for some reason I was dying of thirst. Like looking at other people with their drinks and licking my lips.), couldn't tip the bad, and couldn't buy a drink for Milagros. This realization immediately made us uncomfortable on a few levels (thirst being the main one for me). Anyway, the bad started playing and the local women grabbed out hands and got us up to dance. The dances to all of ...

South America - Part 5 of Many!! Puno to Potosi

A travel blog entry by clearyf on Jun 27, 2014

94 photos

... by myself for over half an hour. I was starting to get a bit panicked at this stage but they eventually came back. As they came up out of the hole, the other 4 fell out of the hole, gasping for air. By all accounts it was horrific. So glad I didn't go down. We started making our way out but stopped off at another tunnel to visit Tio, who is the underground god/devil/spirit of the mine. Here the miners come to give thanks for the good minerals they are getting out or else ...

The Road to Cusco

A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on Jun 23, 2014

... 8211; where houses have ceramic
bulls on the roofs or gates for good luck. A Spanish tradition – prior to the invasion of the Spaniards they had pumas instead of bulls. We were treated to a short tour through a museum housing many relics from the Incan and pre-Incan cultures.

Then a long drive through the vast altiplano again, and more treeless plains. Another stop at a roadside market, this one ...

Island Hopping on Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on Jun 21, 2014

... If you ever have a need to create your own island, I'm your (wo)man!

After the obligatory offering of handcrafts to buy (and who could resist) – we are taken on a boat ride in a fantastically designed boat made of – you guessed it – reeds. While one little toddler chilled in one of the bows of the boat, another two little boys entertained us with
song. We all joined them in singing 'Frere Jacques' – how did they ...

Three countries, two people, a duck & a guinea

A travel blog entry by aliandhannah on May 30, 2014

20 photos

... into a cool hostel then out for a locals merienda dinner with soup and a main (chicken and rice) costing less than a pound. Even if my soup did have chicken feet in that's a bargain. We woke up the next day to a lovely breakfast courtesy of hotel marlon (and even made ourselves some sneaky avocado sandwiches to keep us going in the day), and set out on our day trip to see some of the Islands of Lake Titicaca. First up was Uros, one of the floating Islands which is entirely ...