Totorani Inn

Address: Av. La Torre 463, Puno, Peru | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Av. La Torre 463, Puno, is near Waynapicchu, Inca Trail, Cusco & Machu Picchu Railway, and Catedral de Puno.
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      Travel Blogs from Puno

      From Cuzco to Puno

      A travel blog entry by guillytor on Dec 18, 2014

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      ... the church there were some handicraft street vendor with some ridicously cheap prices, some half of what we paid in Cusco.

      Next stop was at Chupecupe, an small village where we had the chance to cross an old Inca bridge made of ropes before attending to a music session by the local chore of children.

      Leaving this village our next stop was Raqchi, where we visited an old temple built by the Incas in honour ...

      Drive from Cusco to Puno

      A travel blog entry by janhewitt2014 on Dec 04, 2014

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      ... few days. We Kept driving and inclining for about 20 minutes before we arrived in Puno. We are stating at the hotel Casona which is in a beautiful part of the city, the old area. Puno was the first city where the Inka people settled before travelling South, and architecture from 1100AC. Had a fab meal after we arrived, then went to another restaurant for desert and mulled wine. Very cold up here compared with rest of ...

      Lake Titikaka

      A travel blog entry by tabl on Dec 03, 2014

      Bright and early (7:30am) we set off to Peru... In order to get there we had to cross Lake Titikaka at its narrowest point in Bolivia. The bus crossed separately as we piled into a very small potentially rotting small boat - this was after three locals pushed in front off us, sitting in the best seats, forcing us (the tallest-most Bolivians don't go over 5ft3 as the altitude stunts growth) to duck under and sit at the front of the boat! With both us and the boat ...

      Becoming a Local (Day 45)

      A travel blog entry by bdfro on Nov 24, 2014

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      ... time we arrived. At the port we purchased the gifts for our host family and any other provisions we personally needed. You are to bring three food items per person to the home stay in lieu of a tip. We purchased some powdered milk, jam, butter, cooking oil, pasta and rice. Candy for kids is not allowed as there is limited access to dental care. We were also instructed not to buy anything that is being sold by children in the side of the road, as it encourages the family to ...

      Day 35 - Back in Cusco

      A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Nov 24, 2014

      21 photos

      ... roads and side streets. I found myself walking the familiar streets back up to the church that overlooked the Plaza de Armas that we had visited during a free walking tour with Kate, Scott and Karen 2 weeks before. I trekked past this and continued to the gates of Sacsayhuaman (SEXYWOMAN) at the top of the hill. I was reminded of what oxygen deprivation felt like. Huffing and puffing I finally made it up and what a view!

      This is another Incan ruin. It is actually a collection ...