Sol Plaza Puno
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... ruins, but the location. I went to the pyramids of Gaza which were built thousands of years before machu picchu.. That's impressive! It was just a hell of an effort building up in the Andes. All I could think of was how sorry I felt for the tribal builders when the chiefs chose that site! Done, crossed it off, got the standard photo and made my way back to Cusco. Next day on a bus to my last town in Perú before crossing the border into Bolivia!
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... sent pumas up from the ground to battle the people. The sky turned grey and cried, hence the name. If you turn the map of the lake upside down it looks like a puma catching a rabbit! <br style="line-height: 20px; margin: 0px; padding: 0px; font-family: Tahoma;">Trout, sardines catfish, frogs, herons, flamingos live in or on the lake.<br style="line-height: 20px; margin: 0px; padding: 0px; font-family: Tahoma;">Then we learnt the ...
... all capped with what looked like ice and snow. The contrast of the white snow caps with the grey of the nearer mountain range and grassy shores of Copacabana was pretty cool. After hiking some more (the boys were beginning to complain about all of this walking), we began our descent to the shore once again where we boarded and made our way back. After buying ourselves dinner for the coach journey from the local restaurants (ham and cheese toasty plus some ...
... enfants (5 et 1 ans et 5 mois) et le petit ami. J'ai aidé à éplucher des pommes de terre, mais avec un couteau normal, j'étais un peu longue...donc à la fin la mère est venue m'aider et elle en faisait trois, alors que j'en finissais à peine une... Pour notre déjeuner, nous avons eu une soupe pommes de terre-carottes-oignons puis deux rondelles de tomates, trois pommes de terre plus une tranche de fromage. Un peu sec, mais ...
... pestering us for money, and headed back to more solid ground! Following Puno we headed straight to the Peru/Bolivia border and had a very smooth crossing into Bolivia. We had heard that the officials are very corrupt and sometimes make you pay but we didn't experience this. A few people mentioned they had to pay money unexpectedly (Singapore guy and Russian guys) but no charge to the UK contingency....rule ...