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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... we wish. Since we were here for 2 days some of the group asked if we would take them to the San Pedro market. So off we went. We looked around again and bought some souvenirs.
Then we went to the Inca museum. This building is also known as the Palacio del Almirante (Admiral's palace), named after the original owner, Admiral Francisco Aldrete Maldonado, it is one of the finest Colonial homes in Cusco. We saw lots off pottery, ceramics, metal and ...
... for them found that there was no beds at the inn. What a shame!!! We weren't too disappointed to part with their company!
We had rushed up to Cusco partly so we had plenty of time to acclimatise to the altitude but also partly because we had seen a lot of the sights along the way already. When we looked in to it we realised that our trek actually started a few days after we thought so we had even more time to chill out and get ready. We ...
Numerous Inca ruins are located around the fertile Valle Sagrado, known as the Sacred Valley. The Incas considered the Urubamba River and and its valley sacred due to its importance in growing food and grain.
The Incas appear to have been a productive civilisation over the short period of two hundred years before the Spanish invaded Peru in the 16th century. The Inca's were prolific in quarrying granite, using stone to construct villages, ...
... between watching Cars in English with Greg and watching the others play Killer (a really good version of Murder in the Dark which Jess taught everyone). We all went for dinner at the Hearts Cafe where Greg and I had veggie lasagne. CJ found an old copy of Runner's World and kept reading ridiculous pieces of advice out, that may or may not help tomorrow. We toasted our next adventure. While we are all apprehensive, we are all looking forward to ...
... in the hot food area, where locals perched on long benches, steaming cauldrons of soup, pans of sizzling meat and vegetables, frying fish and sweet juices sending plumes of sweet smelling smoke into the air. We perused several of the stalls before being enticed by one smiling proprietor who invited us to sit at her counter. We tucked into bubbling bowls of potato and vegetable soup, laced with spicy chillies and more lomo saltado, the crispy fries contrasting with the soft ...