La Maison Del Solar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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(So I did a little more research on the whole “donkeys kill
more people each year than plane crashes” and you might be surprised to learn
that this is an unproven internet factoid made up by money-grubbing airline
companies, luggage manufacturers and travel agents who don’t want potential paying customers to be
frightened of traveling by air.
The Donkey Association of America is pretty mad about this
rumor too, because ...
... Some of the objects weighed as much as 60 pounds in gold or silver. Nick then went down for a nap while the others went and toured the Monastery. Originally built in 1540, this old monastery was a maze of nuns rooms called "cells" and beautifully painted walls and gardens. It was quite peaceful only a couple blocks from the central square. ...
... typically doesn't play the preferred movies and we end up with watching Ted, despite others wanting to watch different movies, Stephanie just puts in whatever the girls near the front around her told her to. Love Mark Wahlberg, but definitely not his finest work. At least it killed some time. We very slowly made our way into the outskirts of Cusco by 1800 and we start packing our stuff up. We are being transported by taxi to our hostel thanks ...
... bright and early woth the first stop at Cruz del Condor. The main viewpoint for condors in Peru. Condors are one of the national symbols of Peru, however are now a protected species- apparently there are only around 24 in the canyon now. They are the second largest bird in the world; can be 1.6m tall and can have a wingspan of up to 3m. Anyway, we'd been told due to it being the rainy season not to expect to see any. But we did- three condors gliding around ...
... where they grow quinoa ,garlic, onions and chili peppers, both for local consumption as well as exportation. Then we stopped at 'Mirador de Arman Alto' which is the highest viewing point in Arequipa for a wonderful view of the surrounding volcanic mountains and the crop fields below. We tasted several types of local ice cream, one made from a small Arequipanian papaya that was delicious as well as Coca tea….I’m hooked. Not only helps with ...