Plaza del Bosque Apart Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- TV Channel One Russia
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... of the original Spanish settlers. The balconies have ornate, carved, wooden screens that allowed the women to watch street life without themselves being seen. We paid to see the convent museum of San Francisco de Asis, which was offered as a guided tour. We took the spanish tour, which means that we had to research what we saw afterwards, as our vocabulary was insufficient to understand all that was being discussed. As part of the museum, we visited the catacombs. ...
... of the worst I have experienced in a city, so over an hour after we left the airport, I was finally at my hotel in the centre of town. Thankfully I was only going to be spending one night here before my tour as slightly alarmingly, the balcony door did not have any locks (I got my room changed) and having noticed me in reception, I got a call from another guest in the hotel to my room phone propositioning me! God knows how the guy got my number but needless to say it was not ...
Despite the early start to the day, today was an excellent day. The flight from Lima to Cuzco was really interesting. The Andes are very barren, with very little vegetation. We flew by a few glaciers. The white of the ice was a stark contrast to the red/brown of the rock. As we were flying, we could see little trails all over the mountains. The trails would switchback up and down the peaks joining little villages. When we landed at the airport in Cuzco, both Kara ...
So we set off from Huacachina on a four hour bus ride to Lima, the capital. We arrived at our hostel and our room stank. The hostel was really cool but the two boys in our dorm where just the definition of gross and I couldn't help but take a natural dislike to them. I guess travelling doesn't make you learn accept everyone? I think I've had enough of boys! We walked around Barranco which is known as the arty district. ...
Today was the official start of the trip, finally. Had a reunion with Pam and Jack Revette at breakfast and met the Michigan contingent: 3 couples: Ginny and Bob, Phil and Barb, Hal and Kim, and the widowed Barb. Also a YOUNG couple from Boston, Dan and Maria. Did they know that we would all be over 60? Too bad Laura isn't with us. And last, but not least, Helma from Philadelphia, who ended up with Marilyn much of the time. There was a very thorough welcome briefing, then ...