Sonesta Hotel Cusco
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
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We took the 1 hour flight from Lima to Cusco, from sea level to 3350 metres high. The views out of the plane window were just incredible & we were finally in the Andes. For a long time the scenery was Alp-like then all,of a sudden we descended into the valley of Cusco and could see buildings on all sides. On arrival at our Hotel - Sonesta we …
... for 8am (Huayna Picchu is the mountain behind Machu Picchu and gives a great view. They only allow so many people up per day so we were lucky to get tickets). The walk was steep and we were very tired but once we got to the top the views were incredible. It took about 45 minutes to get to the top and we stayed up for about 2 hours before heading down. Jessie had a very sore knee so she painfully managed to get down. We got back and explored the ...
... under the auspices of further aiding Nadine's recovery. We weren't sure what sort of shape Nadine would be in after her illness. She smashed the first half of the climb, but really suffered - unsurprisingly - in the final third as the sun got ever hotter. Still, Cusco's a day closer, and we don't even have to reach 4,000 metres tomorrow. Easy! Day 13. Curahuasi to Limatambo. Yesterday we climbed to 4,012 metres; today we plunged to 1,900. It was very much a day - or ...
... for 10 minutes ended up joining me and we headed there. Its pretty cool how when your travelling you can just do that, go have dinner with a complete stranger and it not feel weird in the slightest. Guinea pig is really good, cant quite describe the taste but i would definately have it again. Im glad the way they presented it in the restaraunte was alot nice than on the street where it just looks like a massive leathery hairless rat. Sarah had ...
... had lunch - vegetable soup, fried trucha straight from the lake, and chips, served at long tables, overlooking 'that view'. Afterwards, a leisurely hike down the other side of the cliff to meet our boat for the magical return trip. We were the African Queen, forging a path through the reeds, out into sparkling open water, amidst flashes of water birds dipping for insects. Of course, I was Katherine Hepburn, not Bogey. I didn't fancy the ...