Hotel Presidente

Address: 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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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Puno

Perú!

A travel blog entry by dionbarker on Mar 11, 2015

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... thier food supplies had ran dry however some luck ran our way with a good supply of beer! Naturally with a long wait ahead of us we got a group of 20 odd from different busses and had a roadside party. 2 hours in and all the buses started up ready to go, we were actually disappointed as we we're having a great time! Still we jumped back on the bus only to have them move 10 metres and stop again. So I jumped out and walked to the nearest shop when I ran into a group ...

Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by don.vince on Feb 17, 2015

... made island, steep climb to the top, terrific views of the lake. Soup for lunch. Nice time talking to some Americans. The old boy I’m talking to is quite fond of sun-screen, I tell him about the wonder that is P20.

After the tour we get pelted with hail.

Back to the hotel, we check in, watch the second half of Forrest Gump with the Germans in the common room then head out.
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Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by lawton025 on Feb 01, 2015

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... of how to make a floating island we were invited into their homes to see how they lived. These are very small huts made of the Totora reeds. The hut we enter is home to mama and poppa, who get the bed, and three sons, 9,13 and 18 who sleep on the floor. Their wardrobe is strung around the walls. All cooking is done outside under strict rules to prevent burning the island. These people are also starting ...

The Floating Islands

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Dec 21, 2014

... lockers. Although fishing is supposed to be their thing it is obvious tourism is their main source of income. Apparently which islands boats go to alternate to spread the love among the community. We had a twenty minute ride in an oar powered reed boat, which the islanders made a killing off, but it was hard to object as there wasn't really anything else to do.

After this we headed to Isla Taquile. I wasn't too bothered about going here, as it is a fair ...

Working Without A Work Visa (Day 46)

A travel blog entry by bdfro on Nov 25, 2014

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... Peruvian dish of beef with onions, tomatoes, and bell peppers. On a random note, there is definitely an underlying class system in Perú that is more noticeable than other countries we have traveled in South America. Our guide, a Peruvian, has made occasional opinionated comments regarding the Andeans. Part of this may be his resentment for their "infestation" of his hometown of Lima and the subsequent crime, poverty and violence this has brought with ...