- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... across the street.
One interesting piece of art I came across in a cathedral in the main plaza here... a statue of Jesus who is brown with black hair. I almost fainted when I saw it! Most, if not all lf the churches, basilicas, cathedrals I have been in have Jesus. Cusco and the people who live here, come here from their villages, and the turisticos, all have been great and who add a nice feel to the town.
On the day we flew into Cusco we were supposed to visit a llama farm but couldn't fit it in, so it was added to another day. So glad we didn't miss it. Llamas are in the camel family, but much cuter! There are 4 varieties; llamas, long neck, long upright ears; alpacas, short neck, short ears, guanaco ...
We were picked up from our hotel at 6:15am. Sam and I just got there in time so unfortunately there was no time for breakfast. We were picked up with Caroline, a Canadian from Toronto who would be doing the tour with us. Our bus dropped us off at the train station to board our 3 hour ride. In fact it took us about 3.5 hours, and as suspected that extra half an hour would have come in handy. Exiting the train, we met our G Adventures guide who walked us 5 minutes down the road to the bus ...
... 233; nos histoires, il a aussi eu un incident en Bolivie, il a reçu des coups et son téléphone a été volé. Malheureusement, ces choses se produisent partout dans le monde mais il avait un peu bu! La randonnée le long des rails était agréable, en fait illégal, même si beaucoup de monde le fait. La différence de budget est faramineuse, le prix du train Pérou-rail aurait écourté notre ...
Some Detroit Techno to keep you bouncing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9TjCL0 CjW0
I can't remember exactly what happened but the hours immediately before my morning bus to Cusco were spent imbibing in the company of the Lewisham lads and to say I was the worse for wear on the bus would be an understatement. I needed to sleep. They wouldn't let me. Crossing the border from Bolivia to Peru was an unnecessarily arduous task. The first bus I boarded was great as it ...