Our Trip To Machu Picchu

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Our tour guide


Today we visited the Archaeological History Museum. Although it was interesting to see, I am not going to bore you with the many photos we took, only a few that my fellow travelers asked me to take.

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And then we took a walk outside

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Lynda in front of fountain
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Me (Pete) by the fountain
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A palace guard
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This is a popular curch..
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.. by pigeons, that is.
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One pigeon in the hole
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Lynda getting on bus
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Uh, oh, what's this?
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Look out! A gun!