Florida Del Inca Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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This is the longest and most strenuous day, with over 1200m of ascent. We head off nice and early, leaving camp around 7:00 am - the first 2 hours are basically straight up, climbing rocks and steps, around each corner is another steep climb. We first pass through an area of cloud forest to the meadows of Llulluchapampa... The views on either side are stunning. We break for morning tea and our guide tells us that "this morning has really ...
... little bit. At noon, we went on a walking tour of Cusco, which is a really nice city. We saw the Plaza de Armas, the white Christ statue on the hill, went to an alpaca product store where I got a hat, went to an informal concert in the San Blas artisan area (instruments made out of armadillos!), and ended up at a pisco sour tasting. After that we met up with Kathleen and Stephanie and got a wonderful late lunch at a Spanish restaurant. The altitude here is ...
... so when we got to the town Chris pulled on the hand break and we all got out, forcing his hand. Surprisingly he agreed to the 100 Soles for the day. Score for the Phillips's, it's about time. The salt pools were amazing and what is really cool is that the people still use them today to harvest salt. They use the natural evaporation method to produce the salt and there is a small water course masterfully created to feed the each pool. The water obviously flows through a natural ...
... office to prepare where they tried to flog each of us walking poles for the low price of $20 per pair (but I walked two blocks and bought two sets for $30 instead so we could use them later on in Colca Canyon after Cusco) and a Sacred Valley tour which we got for half the price at another agency. We also got to see the list of people going on the treks of which there were two; the first a group of 16(!) Americans aged between 55-65 which is quite impressive and the second - our ...
... to tea. As I go to bed I have about three glasses of boiled water sitting on my nightstand cooling so that they're ready for tomorrow morning. Another water difficulty came from the lack of it. Within just a few hours of being here the whole barrio lost water pressure, meaning no sinks, no toilet, no shower. I'm no princess, but coming off of a plane-speaking on everybody's behalf-I could have used a shower. Hopefully it'll be back in the morning, because my hair is no longer blonde. ...