Hotel Turistas de Abancay
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
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Ya habíamos estado antes en este hotel y sentimos que no había mejorado mucho, desde la última vez, pero es lo mejor que hay. Aunque sea pudimos comer y descansar.
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Feeling good and raring to go this morning. Wasn't expecting the initial 125km downhill so set off early in case of any hills....... but just kept on going, nice and fast for me. Was riding *********g with Eriberto before Alex caught us up and off he and Eriberto went. Managed to catch up with them though a few km's later and even overtake them - before they caught be back up and Alex suggested I tag on at the back of them as we were going along at about the same ...
Not the best night sleep for any of us possibly the altitude. Hotel and restaurant quaint location amazing but out of town. They have a trout pond llamas and peacocks and dogs which keep peeing up the bikes.
We have 2 days to get to Cusco so decide to stop at Abancay not a picture postcard town but has all the essentials. Had been ...
Saturday 22nd November. Andahuaylas. Rest Day. Not a very restful rest day, at least initially. We'd booked into a relatively expensive hotel (by Peru's standards) for three reasons. One, to get wifi so we can blog, email, Skype and research upcoming legs. Two, to get hot water so we can wash ourselves and our clothes. And three, to get breakfast included. Obviously, these are things we can't do on the road, so we rely on them once in a while on rest days. Unfortunately, when we arrived ...
... nous n'allons pas les prendre avec nous. Ils nous boucheraient la vue et nous serions serrés comme des sardines! La bâche et le filet qui les recouvrent finissent de nous convaincre. Nous quittons ainsi Ayacucho dans les bouchons. Je me mouche (et Terry tousse) toutes les 10 minutes mais on tient le coup. Et c'est parti pour le premier round, 5h de trajet (si tout se passe bien) avant de changer de bus à Andahuaylas. Nous avions lu sur la ...
... to ~27 degrees but Harmony and Mike were in pretty good shape with their mummy sleeping bags that they brought from home.
Harmony woke up completely recovered from her altitude sickness and she was starving due to missing happy hour and dinner the night before. Around 5:30 AM, a Green Machine porter came to our tent and gently announced "Hola, buenos días, coca tea". We opened our flap to find two hot mugs of ...