Hotel Sol Plaza Inn
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... noteworthy maze of multi-day exploring that offers an endless opportunity
to chat with little old ladies and be mesmerized
by their handmade weavings, crafts, and jewelry.
One quiet and sunny morning we decided to check out the Jardín Botanico, expecting a familiar sight to other small-town botanic gardens we've encountered along the way. Oh man were we wrong! Pisac's garden blew us out of the water with it's ...
... lunch and checked into our hotel. Next up was the white water rafting, this was so awesome!! The rapids were so much fun, some were even so big we had to duck down in the boat to hold on. I got one big wave in the face and got a big mouthful of water!! Best rafting I have done yet and just makes me want to do more. The next morning we had another early start for our day's trekking up to Santa Teresa. I nearly died on the second 30 minute uphill section but I made it and ...
... the cutest thing in the world and it breaks my heart to see her at just two years old having to grow up way before her time! The last couple of days have been quiet since there were huge riots in Cusco (just outside my house) - all the transport services were on strike so we couldn't get anywhere and taxis were being stoned and turned over etc.. Generally not so safe! But we were blessed with beautiful ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services