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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

    Day 6 of our Great Adventure

    A travel blog entry by tammyandsteve on Jun 15, 2015

    8 photos

    ... from Machu Picchu, this person that looked like a cross between a clown and a jester came out and danced. Then they had a fashion show of Peruvian clothing. It was somewhat strange but fun. We also sat with Diego the local guide who was giving us some more great Inca history. We had dinner on our own at the hotel which again was truly amazing. Tonight is our last night at this hotel. We travel to Cusco tomorrow ...

    Surprise of a lifetime

    A travel blog entry by rinscosta on May 26, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... because the law says we had to register at aduana in E or F. The cars are illegal. There is nothing she can do. We are welcome to call our embassy for assistance, but the cars will be taken to a depot and we will not get them back. She hates to be the messenger of this bad news and I see tears in her eyes. Her boss tells her this is the procedure. Nothing can be done, because this is the Peruvian law and we are supposed to know it when we come in as tourists. We are ...

    Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Apr 20, 2015

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... Then it switchbacked up a very steep grade on one of the scariest roads anywhere. Imagine busses passing on a road sized for one lane with no guard rails on a hill that goats would avoid. The drivers timed their entrance to the curves because passing an oncoming bus on a curve was certain suicide.

    Victor, a distinctly indigenous-looking man who we met at the top of the hill, offered his services so, in spite of his poor English ...

    Salkantay trek

    A travel blog entry by laura_paddy on Mar 26, 2015

    11 photos

    We started the 4 day Salkantay trek (day5= Machupicchu) bright and early on monday morning and were lucky to be in a small group of 4, with a guy from Chelmsford and a girl from Bromley! After a bumpy minibus ride for a couple of hours we began walking and were immediately immersed into spectacular scenery. Day 1 did not involve a huge amount of walking, after a few hours we reached camp for the night so we then took the optional hike up the hill to ...

    Still Breathless

    A travel blog entry by likakana82 on Mar 22, 2015

    75 photos

    ... to try the local chica, a fermented corn beer that the locals like to drink in pretty large quantity. We tried regular (tasted like sour beer) and a strawberry-flavored chica. Both were actually pretty good but my stomach had been a little funny that morning (I think I just get traveler's stomach and it was not necessarily anything I ate) so I just had a little taste. He also taught us the game, Sapo (Frog, in English). It's sort of a ...