Town & Country Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we had to buy to visit the sites in the sacred valley. We had read nothing about this and no one spoke English so we just brushed past them for the time being to check in to our hostel... Which was interesting. Definitely a step down from our previous lodgings. They were the only place in town (out of maybe 3) that had wifi but as per usual it didn't work great anyways. We found dinner up the street at another hostel called Pachamama and decided to move there for the ...
... which has the original red brick used in the road. They have been salvaged and relaid just outside the town on a less frequently used country road.
From there it was back on the old Route 66 until wes saw a sign for a covered bridge. I thought he had seen enough of these. This one is quite small and no longer in use but in a pretty setting. Two ladies were checking it out for a family portrait.
In to Springfield to the Cosy Dog Diner ...
... what felt just like a waterbed underneath me. The rain had completely flooded the area and my tent floor was basically floating on the water. I knew there wasn't much I could do about it so I went back to sleep. In the morning, the puddles had dispersed but water had seeped into my "waterproof" tent. Everything was just a big soaked mess. This is the kind of stuff I deal with out here... Not traffic jams or bad bosses, but just the basics of being dry and safe. ...
... to say good-bye to him, which was sad for me and was the result of complexities of my current situation. It amplified all the confusion I have been feeling and working through, which created space for me to work through another level of where I am at at this point in my life and what all of that means. My blessings and gratitude to Binky who was a loving and devoted companion. He was such an inspiration on how to accept challenges with ...
... were ages ago. We got to the first town, Chivay, just inside the canyon. We went to the natural hot springs they had there and they were great. They were set on the canyon side out of town and down beside the river, Inca ruins staring at you from across it. The water comes gushing out of the canyon side at a temperature way too hot to swim in, so they run it through a series of pools to cool it enough for people to swim in. Then the water rushed down the canyon through stone ...