Hospedaje Intikahuarina

Address: Intiqhawarina, Cusco, 619, Peru | B&B
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This B&B, located on Intiqhawarina, Cusco, is near Sacsayhuaman, Temple of the Sun (Coricancha), Moray, and Red Fortress (Puca Pucara).
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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by rinscosta on Jun 07, 2015

16 photos

... have noticed a hughe difference between Western Society and Peru. In fact all of what they teach is completely absent here. Parents seem not to be interested to teach the children the basics of counting, colours, hygiene and other things we consider normal as part of family communication. Peruvians seem to think that is a school responsibility. We have lunch with them by the side of the road and tea in Ollanta. Lovely girls but if you ask me, too young for this kind of ...

Simply Peru

A travel blog entry by liamanduna on Apr 22, 2015

12 comments, 92 photos

... what he had ordered after, hehe!! The next couple of days included some shopping in the markets and chilling on the beach front. As good as Lima was, we were getting a bit tired of cities, there are only so many churches and museums you can look at.

Moving on we headed to a coastal town called Mancora. Here it was hot, hot hottt!!! Arriving at our hostel via a tuk tuk we were thankful it had a pool!! :-) here we mainly worked on our tans and done our fair share ...

Continuing the Crusade in Cuzco

A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Apr 17, 2015

3 comments, 11 photos

... name is Museo Arzobispal de Arte Religioso del Cusco but it is sometimes called Palacio Arzobispal (Archbishops palace). They reused an Inka wall which is famous because of the size of the stones. One of the largest is twelve sided and there has been much debate about how the Inka masons shaped these stones. Note that this stone, as the others in the wall have a protruding dimple and the reason for this is also not clear although the predominant theory is that ...

Peru continued

A travel blog entry by jackbrackley on Mar 05, 2015

11 photos

... but very touristy. As the base of Machu Picchu it is also a bit more pricey. Lucy's friend from home Iain and his girlfriend Millie arrived at our hostel the next day and we got a 4 bed dorm together. We booked onto a Machu Picchu jungle trek tour which is a day of mountain biking, a day of trekking, a day of zip lining and trekking and then the last day at Machu Picchu. There was some sort of political strike going on the day we were supposed to leave so we decided to push our trip back ...

Peru - Cusco days 14-15

A travel blog entry by mktkachuk on Feb 16, 2015

15 photos

... For a whopping S/55. Just under $20USD. Mike wasn't hungry enough for that, and got a steak, and me and Sara and Debbie all opted for the pasta. As I was looking through the menu I kept thinking to myself "wow! S/28 for pasta... Steep!" But again, that's under $10! And the pasta was delicious. Our server also made the meal. Sara and Debbie are both vegetarian and when we told him that he groaned and made fun of them a little. He also allowed us all to hit ...