La Quinta Inn & Suites Sunrise
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... tour, a visit to the ruins of Sacsaywuman that were used to build a lot of Cusco after the Spanish arrived. The site must have been impressive. What is left is only 30% and the walls are still 6m high. After an overnight stay in Urubamba at the amazing Arawna Hotel, we started with more ruins before boarding the Orient Express Hiram Bingham to Machu Picchu. Pictures are one thing but seeing this magnificent creation in person ...
... car to get our stuff, but we're getting tired of hauling all the luggage around, so we took out only "what we need." I can hear you all laughing. Of course we ended up with a bizarre collection of items, and were missing all sorts of necessary things. We didn't want to go back to the car, so we managed...
Went down to the Casino to check out the gambling. Dan did okay, but I could not understand how the slots ...
... back in 2006 when major flooding occurred.
As we continued are steady climb upwards we began to move into a region of forest that was speckled with beautiful meadows. Many of the meadows had the same species of wildflowers that we saw at Grand Valley, however, some were completely new to me. The views in this stretch of trail were not nearly as inspiring, but we occasionally spotted a playful chipmunk, or a botanical marvel that kept me content.
... stuffed a blanket under them, I said.."How about like this" Yikes, she was scaring me now!
After getting her feet up a little, Lady Turquoise started coming around and rolling her head back and forth and groaning. Dr Babyface finally got a systolic pressure of 70 and started getting Lady Turquoise's history. Lady Turquoise had a recent history of hemorrhaging fibroid tumors. She was from the Virgin Islands and that ...
... a couple who had been on over 40 Road Scholar programs and currently reside in San Diego, a solo female traveler from Orange County, and a woman from Florida who was a first time Road Scholar participant returning to Cuba after spending her honeymoon in Havana prior to the revolution.
Our group leader, Yves Marceau, assembled a fantastic team and we dove right into the program with a lecture by a Cuban-born, former Florida politician Annie Betancourt. Currently ...