Address: Av. San Martin 700 palcamayo, Urubamba, Sacred Valley, 084, Peru | B&B
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This B&B, located on Av. San Martin 700 palcamayo, Urubamba, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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    Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by ridgewell51 on Oct 17, 2015

    24 photos

    ... enough of the steps and it was looking more and more like rain so we caught a bus back to the town, by which time it was raining fairly well. I felt sorry for the gang of about 8 men working on the road who had to stop and move out of the way every time a bus went past. I guess they will be employed for some time! In town we had a cup of coffee at a bar that had wifi and tv and, along with some other Aussies, caught the last 15 minutes of the rugby match between ...

    Trekking - Day Five

    A travel blog entry by adventure_megs on Sep 17, 2015

    39 photos

    ... time as us this morning so it can be very challenging if you don't have any patience. Jose our guide then walked us through 3 hours of a wonderfully rich Inca history. He explained that Machu Picchu was built as a university where all the best came to study, he also explained that another theory was that Machu Picchu was built as a holiday residence for the king, but he doesn't believe this to be the case. He talked us through the terraces and how it ...

    Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by jam.kilp on Aug 09, 2015

    12 photos

    ... mountains, deep valleys and the raging river far below. Carlos pointed out the sun gate at a dip between mountains where the solstice is marked as the sun passes through it to a special ceremonial rock, as well as remnants of the Inca trail where runners kept communication lines open between towns. As we descend, the engineering skills used in designing living areas, animal pens, temples, grain storage, the many agricultural terraces and the precision of the earthquake-proof ...

    Pisco Sour Tour

    A travel blog entry by jessicaring on Jul 23, 2015

    11 photos

    ... town was being rebranded as "Machu Picchu Pueblo." Since we couldn't visit Machu Picchu until tomorrow morning, we decided it would be fun to explore the rebranded town and try some Pisco Sours, which is sort of the national drink of Peru. Jenni and my Dad stared the tour without me (due to a stomach ache), but I joined in on the fun later in the afternoon. ...

    Beginning the standard trip to Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by pfln on Jul 10, 2015

    3 photos

    ... we are still sorting them out. Having studied archaeology and prehistory as an undergrad, I think it's more fascinating to study the broader and lasting lessons of past communities, instead of the ephemeral antics of Donald Trump, or even the major accomplishments of Steve Jobs and other cultural heroes of today. There is some kind of sorting process going on, not entirely arbitrary, but not planned systematically either.