Royal Inka Hotel Pisac
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... our guide - she was extremely knowledgeable and helpful. We even bought some beef on a stick from a local roadside hawker ... Getting more adventurous now. Another spectacular day ... We will head to Cusco tomorrow where we have booked ourselves on a walking tour in the afternoon. For tomorrow we'll be staying at: Tierra Viva Cusco Saphi Hotel (+51 1 264 ...
... a prior trip 24 years ago, and rumor has it they haven't changed. At Pisac, we went shopping. There were beautiful scarves, jewelry,blankets, artwork, embroidered bags, a farmers market of sorts, and numerous locals in colorful, traditional clothing. It's one of those places where photos can never do it justice. We tasted a mega sized corn on e cob which they top with cheese and a chili sauce (we skipped ex sauce.) After our return to Cusco, we went to the ...
... often hang with Bouganvillia and there are parks which feel safe and are well used
- the exception to all this is the historic centre of Lima: this is the part with the 16th century churches and other buildings - so very interesting but it felt much less safe and was a bit 'grubby'
- ATMs do indeed (as I'd been told) dispense USD which can be converted into the local currency. What surprised me was that most places now seem to prefer the local currency, the Neue Sole - we ...
... to rest and enjoy Pisac again and we go. The guys go to the jungle to reach French Guyana and I go with Marine on the west coast to see some Dunes. Bye bye the mountains, it has been really nice!
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... thought we would hit the town for some grub. We walked to the main plaza area and saw there was a cinema, checked the prices and it was only 6soles for a movie and the new huger games was out...that's the equivalent of about $2 of a movie. So we bought tickets, went to get some food and waited for our movie. Obviously it had subtitles and some people kept talking all the way through it, but apart from that it was great! After the movie we went for a little walk around the plaza ...