San Agustin Plaza
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- Multilingual staff
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... are now lined by arcades with shops and offices. There are lots of restaurants, bars and coffee shops with beautifully carved balconies overlooking the Plaza. The Plazas north eastern side is dominated by the Cathedra and has El Triunfo church on one side and La Compania Church de Jesus with its impressive pair of belfries on the other side.
We made our way to the San Blas district which is located on a hill to the northeast of the Plaza de Armas. The area ...
Still feeling very poorly and sorry for myself but forced myself to get up and go and have a look at Cusco - didn't get very far though. Tried to buy another rain coat - didn't realise my cycle rainproof doesn't actually have a hoo!!! but when I found one I liked they wouldn't accept a credit card (unlike every other shop in town) and I was feeling too rough to go and find an ...
... step downwards towards the valley floor, reputedly in the image of a condor.
The majority of inca ruin sites require you to purchase a visitors ticket to enter, cost is 130 soles ($57 AUD) for a ticket that covers most of the sites. I am happy to pay but am disappointed that no historical information is provided in return. It is expected that you join a tour or hire a guide (not sure on the quality of information!) for another 65 soles ($26 AUD).
... Here, we met the most adorable young boy we have every laid eyes on - Dominic, who could not have been more than 3 years old, and yet had the sales patter that would make Alan Sugar proud. Each time we showed interest in an item, he would show us its softness, and quality, before asking his father to fetch the mirror so we could see what we looked like wearing it. Whether his presence at the stall was a deliberate move on his father's part to increase trade, or just a ...
... and finally we ended at the salt mines! It was crazy! Absolutely beautiful site! We were aloud to go explore and touch and step in the salt! It looked like dirty snow! But little pools of it. It made your hands so smooth, but then so dry! Of course we were the last ones back to the ATVs, so as soon as we got there, we were on our way back to the alley! This time it barely took us 30 minutes to get al the way back. He cut the travel time in half! The van was still there and ...