Arco Iris Del Puente Lodge

Address: On the Walking Trail to Salt Mines of Maras, Urubamba, Sacred Valley, CUSC01, Peru | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on On the Walking Trail to Salt Mines of Maras, Urubamba, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Urubamba

    Full day in Sacred Valley

    A travel blog entry by pfln on Jul 11, 2015

    4 photos

    ... say is the best, but I cannot tell the difference.

    What I can tell is the cuisine here is superb. They have everything year round because of all the microclimates, and they know what to do with it. I could go on at length, but just as an example, the herbs are used with discretion in everything from cocktails to desserts; there are several mints ...

    No llamas were harmed in the making of this film

    A travel blog entry by macabeedorman on Jul 09, 2015

    1 comment, 52 photos

    ... to withstand the force of gravity, but this time it was for structural stability, and not farming. Another engineering feat was supplying water for the nearly 1000 inhabitants for the city. They designed a network of pipelines that drained into canals that snaked down the mountain, into this great city. The first destination for this water, was for King Pachacutec. Not only did his quarters get supplied the freshest drinking water, but was the source for his bath basin. From ...

    Machu Picchu!!

    A travel blog entry by mgrewal on Jul 06, 2015

    92 photos

    ... tickets. I got in the boarding line. After about 5 minutes, the usher checking tickets guided me to the right line. Lucky for me, it wasn't too long, so I was only set back about 20 minutes. The bus ticket ended up costing me $24 for the round trip ride. Once I got my ticket, I got back in the boarding line and within 15 minutes, I was on the bus to Machu Picchu! The bus ride itself took about 30 minutes and I was pretty giddy when I got to the entrance.

    After ...

    AMazing Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by niranjan on May 23, 2015

    26 photos

    ... the Inca Trail.

    The Story of Machu Picchu
    The story of Machu Picchu is quite a remarkable one; it is still unknown exactly what the site was in terms of its place in Inca life. Current researchers tend to believe that Machu Picchu was a country resort for elite Incas. At any given time, there were no more than 750 people living at Machu Picchu, with far fewer than that during the rainy season. The Incas ...

    The Inca Trail.

    A travel blog entry by kim-davis on Apr 22, 2015

    1 comment, 52 photos

    ... Pedro told us that they each carried between 20-25kg on their backs, and were often seen sprinting past us at a rate of knots. There were some rules and regulations brought in recently regarding the porters and how much they are allowed to carry on the trail. They used to carry up to 50 or 60kg on their backs, and Pedro said that they used to struggle to get up the hills under the huge weight of the packs (which would have weighed as much as some of them!). Then the tour companies ...