La Quinta Eco Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... everything wasn’t according to expectations, then leaves us with a final saying: ‘My country is your country’ and makes a smooth exit. For the rest of the day we are on our own. We have noticed a café at the entrance to MP, so a few of us agree that we will go there to get a dry and hopefully the weather will improve in a few hours. But when we get outside we find only a café stand with overpriced drinks, the restaurant does not open until 11 am. At ...
... which was made with semolina flour. It was like a savoury cream of wheat. It was really strange, but pretty good. During lunch we were talking to Orlando and mike asked how our pace was compared to most groups. He didn't really understand so mike said are we going slower than other people, or about the same? And he responded no! You're much faster!! Most groups leave at 8:30 (same as us) and get to the lunch point around 2-2:30. We made it there around 11:30. We maybe would've been ...
Woke up after 8AM, had a free breakfast and tea.
It was perfectly weather the full sunny, probable 15 C?
There have a transport to MP...the bus is really expensive for 18USD a way or 30USD round trip for only 30 minutes or so. I decided not pay for it.
am cheapest person...
From A.C. To M.P. By walked on the dirty road then steps on the Inca track up the hills for about one and half hours. As not expected I got a ton sweating on ...
... that are the most beautiful iv ever seen. The porters baked us a cake at lunch with our team name 'Sexy Llamas' written in the icing and we also had the goodbye ceremony as the porters rush off on the last day to get ready to catch the train back to the ...
This morning, we left Pariacaca camp to drive to our next destination, Machu Picchu, or also known as the "Lost City of The Inca's". We were told to visit here by the friendly local couple at Pariacaca camp. Since the drive is very long, we leave at about 4:00 am to get their in time to experience the historical site. Along the way, we stop for lunch at an authentic restaurant in Ayacucho. La ...