Hotel Misters Inkas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> The next day I visited the ruins at Ollantaytambo. Instead of catching the local bus that takes three hours, I took a 'collective' minivan that is quicker, safer and cheap at 10 soles ($4 AUD) one way. Within one hour and fourty five minutes I was in Ollantaytambo having a coffee. I spent the next two hours exploring the Ollantaytambo ruins located 150m west of the main square named, you guessed it, Plaza de Armas!
These ruins are compact and not ...
... to the center city where I had a big surprise waiting for Makena. I told here we needed to look for one of the volunteers we met at the fountain. Makena was frustrated with me for making dinner plans with one of the new volunteers we just met. The reality was that Ryan and his two friends from Harvard were going to surprise her and have dinner with us. It was so emotional for me to video tape their meeting. My family was whole ...
... dip in the pool before we got ready to leave. We had a chance to have a quick walk around the grounds at the hotel and the garden where they grow herbs and vegetables for the hotel...all very nice We arrived at Cuzco after 1 hour drive and got dropped off at Aranwa Hotel. This is very much a Colonial style property that has been converted to a hotel. Not as impressive as the Marriott but good enough. we when out for a ...
... trying to play wind instruments along to a CD at the wrong time. There were pretty terrible and then they came around trying to sell us their CD!!! We then went on yet another spin on the bus to Ollantaytambo were we saw more ruins. Again our guide who didnt really guide us at all gave us very basic information about these ruins the sun temple found here and again we were left to our own devices to wander aroud the ruins. We then had another hour journey on the bus to reach our ...
I've gotten into the swing of routine the past couple of days and been doing a lot of planning for the rest of my time here! Yesterday I went back to work after the long weekend. In the process of getting kids the supplies they need once they get there, I open drawers and cabinets quite frequently. Every day I've worked thus far I've pulled a drawer out too far (they are much smaller than American drawers) and it comes crashing ...