Suites Don Carlos Juliaca

Address: Manuel Prado 335, Juliaca, Peru | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Manuel Prado 335, Juliaca.
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Travel Blogs from Juliaca

Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by legreens on Oct 27, 2014

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... on the other side of the island, for a trek up to the restaurant for lunch! Although the trek wasn't that far it took ages as it so hard walking at altitude (good preparation for the inca trail!) lunch was incredible, grilled trout and the views were amazing. This is our highest lunch! After lunch we siesta'd on the boat before going to a local village on another peninsula. Here we met our local families who we would stay with, played football with the locals, this time amazingly it ...

Cusco to Puno by IncaExpressBus

A travel blog entry by analegge on Sep 16, 2014

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... with the Arabic Cross on the ornate African style ceiling. The other with amazing frescos depicting heaven hell and everything in between. Preservation being carried out thank goodness. Our lunch stop was before the pass. A buffet of mediocre food but managed the soup which is always good here and full of vegetables that are abundant everywhere. Followed with the rice pudding which was also ok. After lunch we climbed the pass to 4550 ...

Wearing down.....nearing the end!

A travel blog entry by connieeasley on Aug 15, 2014

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... have been there before, but Martha (Nick's girlfriend) had not, and it is quite an amazing place. Los Uros are literally floating islands. They float on mud, and the houses are moved every two weeks, so that the reeds that are cut can be replaced beneath them. There are 82 of these floating islands on the lake, and the inhabitants stay on the lake. It is like reaching back in time hundreds of years. They ...

The fascination of Lake Titicaca - part 2

A travel blog entry by coco89 on Jul 14, 2014

... to be the ones dressed up and dancing, which made for a very amusing sight as some tourists managed to completely destroy all efforts of locals to actually teach us the correct dance. Nevertheless it was an interesting experience though the dancing was so tiring we pretty quickly decided to return to our home and catch an early night to be ready for the next day. The next day brought on another trip by boat to yet another island - Taquile - where an ...

Lake Titicaca and go the Flying Dutchman!!!

A travel blog entry by kate.anthonisz on Jul 05, 2014

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... walikee" when we were asked how we are and as soon as our boat docked this is what they asked us. It was a bit nerve wracking as I'm not too good with foreign languages. However, it all went smoothly and then I jumped down onto the floating island. These islands are constructed of reeds and literally float on the river. It's something else to see! We met local women and they showed us their Casa and the fact they have satellite tvs makes you realise how ...