Sol De Oro Hotel & Suites
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
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... glimpse of Machu Picchu) was a killer. We literally had to climb on our hands and knees (the Quechua people made it so steep to enable those who climbed it to show their commitment to the gods). I then had a wee very close to the Incan ruins at the top – not sure if I committed a crime or not, but I was desperate. The Sun Gate itself was pretty special. It was high up over Machu Picchu and it is where everyone stops to take their first photos of the citadel. We waited ...
Tomorrow, we'll be leaving for our latest adventure in Peru. Preparations are underway. A new, lightweight computer has been purchased (Microsoft Surface) and all apps have been loaded and checked out. We don't know what our internet connections will be like, but hopefully we'll be able to do some travel updates.
In the meantime, Brooks is in charge of ...
... Aunties Martha and Qeta followed by Rosella (she finishes work at 2pm on Thursdays to be with the Uncles). The only missing uncle was Picho given that he is hosting some of Luz Maria's kids at his place, he was not going to make it this Thursday. It was a very pleasant and lovely lunch with many stories and chatter about everything (like the lunches I remembered at Mama Gua Gua's house....everyone talks at the same time about nothing ...
... directly to the Plaza de Armas in bus. It's a nice plaza! I thought it was great but Juan thought the one in Trujillo was better. Agree to disagree. :P The thing about the plazas is that they're very touristy and everyone goes to see them but it's really only for tomar fotos (taking pictures). The plaza is usually surrounded by a number of important, beautiful buildings and this plaza was no exception.
On the plaza, one of the ...
... airport instead of a bus station. We checked our bags in and started to board the bus at 1pm. This may well be the best bus we go on in South America. It had TV's in the seat which had a selection of movies, music and games and also had an internet browser. There were blankets and a cushion on the seat and everything! It doesn't sound much but ...