Tierra Viva Puno Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsTierra Viva Puno Plaza Hotel
A welcome refuge off the busy streets. This hotel is in a great location. One block from Plaza Armas and right in the centre of the walking streets with restaurants bars shops etc.
Good English spoken. Free water and tea and coffee in room. Excellent bathroom. Huge bed with lots of pillows. Breakfast reasonable but not refilled so a lot of things run out with 45 mins to go. £44 pn incl bfast.
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Aujourd'hui nous sommes sortis du lit souffrant encore un peu de l'altitude, surtout moi avec un vilain mal de tête. Le soleil tapant sur Puno nous avons pris notre petit déjeuner, pain au beurre confiture et œufs brouillés. J'ai bu un thé aux feuilles de "coca" recommandé par les locaux pour se sentir mieux ci-haut …
We left Cusco on a 10 pm night bus on Friday and arrived in Puno in Southern Peru at about 5:30 am on Saturday. For once we figured out to book our bus in advance and were on a nice with a fully reclining bed seat. We booked tickets for a few days later from Puno to La Paz with the same company to have that all set up too. In Puno we waited in the …
Bright and early again. A quick breakfast with lots of coffee then off to to coach terminal for our Inka Express Bus trip to Puno. This is more than just an all day bus ride. A very comfortable coach with tour guide and hostess providing endless drinks and a good clean toilet in case you can't make it to the next stop. But we had 6 stops along the …
... the crops and any finshed goods they knit or weave. Not exactly the road to riches.
Children who do go to school typically ahve to walk 2-3h per day to get there. This is a picture we are more accustomed to imagining in relation to sub-Saharan Africa but it is not what springs to mind in this context. In that connection it has struck me that the few humans that you see on these mountains and plains are always walking; I wonder why there is no apparent use of ...
... We then went over to another island which had a small grocery store and cafe. They also have boats which have stores on them and go around the islands. Headed back to Puno and had another quiet afternoon. Thought wed see a movie but they were all in spanish.
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