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

    No regrets

    A travel blog entry by shelleeh on Aug 06, 2015

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    ... I was a little taken back. There were quads as promised but also, chickens, pigs and sheep sharing the same roads! We were given a brief demonstration and then off we went. I was the only driver with experience, so I got to be in front. Since it was Makena's first time ever driving a quad, I held up my finger every time we needed to shift gears. Makena picked up shifting quickly and we all had a great time. We drove in a line ...

    History

    A travel blog entry by pfln on Jul 16, 2015

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    "According to the 16th century author Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa, the founders of the Inca ruling dynasty, Marco Capac and his family conquered the valley of Cusco and established the first 4 quarters, or neighborhoods, of the town... Within this first settlement, in the place where Qorikancha is now standing, the main temple, called the "House of the Sun"... was constructed.

    "Inca Pachakuti, the great reformer of the Inca ...

    Pride of Place

    A travel blog entry by karenmaker on Jun 29, 2015

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    ... language Quechua lives on and is still spoken by some eight million people. We marvel at the faces of the native people in Cusco, a beautiful mix of earth toned skin that soothes the eye and blends in with the carved architecture of the stone city. The fact that native traditions have shaped the way Peruvians live is evident in these faces, as well as in the market places we visit, the dress, the foods, and the words ...

    Day 4 of our Adventure

    A travel blog entry by tammyandsteve on Jun 12, 2015

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    ... All of our photos are on the Go Pro so I don't have any to share on the blog. We then went into town for a great lunch. The chefs from our hotel followed us into town and cooked our meal. We sat in an outside area overlooking the Inca Ruins. We had a buffet with fresh local trout, alpaca jerky, chicken with this amazing sauce and lots of other great Peruvian dishes. Luckily we did not have Cuy (guinea pig) as they were in a pen right by where we were eating running ...

    Royal Temple and Last Fight for Freedom

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Apr 05, 2015

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    ... those who want it—is near the foot of the Incan complex that overshadows Ollanta. It’s a likable little place. If there wasn’t already enough to like about the town, they also make chocolate here from pure Peruvian cacao.

    Ollantaytambo has the distinction of being the location for one of the few major Inca victories in their war against the Spanish invaders, and you can see how they won. The high walls of the fortress ...