Business Tower Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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After lunch, we wanted to all just set up the tents there and sleep, but we pushed on for the 3 hour downhill ride. The stairs were crazy steep. I tried to run for most of it, as it was so much fun, occasionally stopping to admire the view. The porters thought I was racing them at one point, though, so started to run even faster themselves – they lost me almost instantly and I couldn’t believe how fast they could run ...
... versions. Miraflores is famous as one of the key gastronomic areas of the city, so we were keen to explore, but sadly, lacking the energy to venture too far off the beaten track, we found ourselves eating burgers and chips in Peru's finest fast food restaurant. Not the most auspicious start to our adventure, but after 20 hours travelling, we were ready to sleep off the jet lag and managed a cool 12 hours ...
... we thought it would be a good idea. But as it always happens..when you want a beggar you cant find one..but when you dont, they are all over the place!. Yes here is one, we walked up to him and just before I stretched my arm to donate the nodddles, I realized that this poor fellow did not have any arms!!. So I quickly turned around and walked away....not one of my brightest ideas, donating take-away noddles with chop sticks to a man with no arms....how is he meant to eat the ...
... way and simply can't fit in our bags anymore to home and watched sunset over the beach. We once again counted our lucky stars to live next to such beautiful beaches on the Gold Coast after seeing the beach at Lima. It's only accessible by walking down a thousand stairs, has rocks (no sand) and a noisy, dirty highway running alongside it. We were glad to only be there for a few ...
... car who immediately took Gerry to a local clinic/hospital for an evaluation. The happy ending to the story is that Gerry & Sue were able to join us later in the day for lunch. The excellent Peruvian doctor gave Gerry an infusion of "happy juice" and determined that the stone was small and not an immediate concern. He gave Gerry a couple of prescriptions to take and sent him on his way with the comment: "go and enjoy Cusco". Oh, and the ...