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Address: Urb. Marcavalle O-1, Cusco, Peru | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on Urb. Marcavalle O-1, Cusco, is near Saqsaywaman Archaeological Complex, Pisac, Santo Domingo Church (Iglesia de Santo Domingo), and Inca Baths at Tambomachay.
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    Travel Blogs from Cusco

    Days 316-321: Cusco, Peru

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on May 26, 2015

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    ... Also, my German friend who stayed with me, Jack, Tahnee and Corey in Quito, Ellie, is in Cusco right now as well. We are on a similar time/money schedule and both wanted to go to Machu Picchu, so we started planning our trip and have plans to leave tomorrow. Not much else to say. Cusco is definitely a cool city but I'm on such a budget that I haven't been able to experience too many of the touristic offerings. Totally worth it ...

    Cusco Day 3

    A travel blog entry by aaronhunt on May 04, 2015

    ... so. I was front and centre ready to go. After my first just I noticed Roody wasn't doing it so had to drag her up. It would've been un-Australian if she didn't. I ended up jumping off 3 times in the end. Back in the raft for more rapids. The girls had switched around positions I the raft. Our guide had called for us to get to the front again. As the girls had swapped Siren and Jenny who were at the front the first ...

    The calm before the storm

    A travel blog entry by shalliday on Apr 02, 2015

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    ... all the different instructions, it was time to go, YoYo and Patrick, the most confident at the front, Anna and Rhiannon in the middle and the two wusses at the back, Ams and myself. I have to say we worked quite well as a team, although we just didn't seem to recognise one of the most important instructions, "all in", instead we decided to just continue to sit there observing the scenery, after three times we finally understood and dived into the boat just in time! Half way through ...

    I'm just trying to find a mountain I can climb

    A travel blog entry by maxandross on Mar 16, 2015

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    ... after visiting Machu Picchu to get our bus back to Cusco. This hadn't been mentioned on the many times we'd gone over the itinerary previously, and would mean our time at the site would be reduced. As an alternative we could take a pretty pricey train - and wanting to spend the maximum time exploring the ruins this is what we chose to do. Anyway, back on the site we were lined up in the crowds for opening at 6am and raring to go. Through the gates we rounded the corner to ...

    Exploring the environs of Cusco

    A travel blog entry by robin_frank on Mar 12, 2015

    15 photos

    ... Cusco. It is noted for its huge rocks, perfectly joined in Inca style with no mortar. The largest is about 128 tons! Somehow, the Inca managed to move them from the quarry to the site without animals, shape them, reshape them, and place them together. The Inca king sat on the hillside above and used flags to direct the construction. I could just picture Robin's Mom, Kay, with flags waving - "2 inches to the right - no, that doesn't work - it should be grouped with the ones ...