El Pueblo Resort & Convention Center
Travel Blogs from Lima
... some throat gargling stuff for her to get through the day. When we got home we decided to go to the shopping mall down the road to check it out. They have the stores like banana republic, gap, Nike, Adidas and all the American types of stores here so it was a bit of fun looking around. Then we went across the road to the Marriott hotel as we had decided that nothing could be possibly better than a good massage. The Marriott, living up to its reputation is ...
... Salute Peter!" During dinner, I ate something I never thought I would eat.... Pig! And no, not just bacon... the legit meat from pig. At first I didn't want to, but I knew it would be disrespectful if I didn't so I ate it anyways (maybe that's why I felt sick this morning...). The meal also consisted of yellow mashed potatoes, cooked rice, pineapples and cooked apples so I had more to eat then the pig. After dinner, everyone talked for a looonnng time. ...
... of potato wedges and another cab ride back to my hotel. Taxi's here are a flat rate of 10 Sol's (about $4.00 AUD), so very affordable.
Another quiet drink on the balcony with my cheese and bikkies and another wonderful night's sleep in the most comfortable bed I've had this whole holiday. Seriously, it was a struggle to drag myself out of it each morning, it was so comfy.
... ELECTRICO, exhilarating, long, probably not safe in the rain*)- CAMBI or taxi- $ (10 soles-20 soles) or more to Hydro but this will save you some energy you may be able to get on the back of a truck with workersPart 2: Hike or Train to Aguas Calientes- FREE- HIKE ALONG SIDE THE RAIL ROAD TRACKS, across the bridge, through the lush forest, be on the lookout for Machu Picchu in the hillside surrounding ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility