Quinta Patawasi Bed & Breakfast

Address: Pisonayniyoc 220, Urubamba, Sacred Valley, 084, Peru | B&B
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This B&B, located on Pisonayniyoc 220, Urubamba, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Urubamba

    Day 12 - Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by bass_alive on Aug 23, 2015

    ... No? Well [...]". After the team photo we were lead back out of the site where we were presented with our inca trail papers (with a stamp for each day completed) and given time to grab some snacks and a drink. We sat in a nice little cafe at the foot of the site looking out over the surrounding hills, drinking the first proper coffee we'd had since Lima. Some 20 minutes later we re-entered the site, getting another stamp, and started our tour on one of the ...

    We have a lot to learn from the Incans!

    A travel blog entry by katiehallberg on Aug 20, 2015

    42 photos

    Urubamba Valley, Peru - Day 1 and 2 – Heading to Machu Picchu

    We did and saw A LOT on our way to Machu Picchu. Quick historic fact: The Incans’ were not really called Incans; that is a modern term. The word “Inca” is like King or president, so we are basically calling them the “presidents empire”. But since the conquistadors didn’t know any better and now out ...

    Check one off the bucket list

    A travel blog entry by shelleeh on Aug 02, 2015

    9 photos

    ... I ******. I was so embarrassed and we laughed all the way back to our hotel. With a few hours to spare before our train ride home, the girls wanted to shop. Off we went.... There were dozens of little tent shops. To me, it looked like they were all selling the same thing. Some how we managed to find some unique gifts for our friends and family. I taught the girls the art of bartering and they were getting really good until we ran out of ...

    On our way to Urubanba

    A travel blog entry by jrubina on Jul 21, 2015

    21 photos

    ... was.."that is not to bad.." . The cuy was seasoned with a local Andean herb called huacatay, and aji panca, a sweet chile pepper. The flavor of huacatay is pretty overpowering, the locals call it Andean mint, but I find the flavor more pungent, a bit licorice-like. As far as the texture goes, the guinea pig reminded me a lot of duck meat! It appeared to be all dark meat, and was overall pretty good. There isn’t much of it, cuys are small…but I have to admit, it ...

    Two Days of Exploring Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by bob_and_lana on Jun 29, 2015

    6 comments, 30 photos

    ... is located. Other than helicopters, which are used for emergency situations, the train is the only way to get to the Machu Picchu area.

    Next, it was thirty minutes by bus on the dirt road that switches back and forth as it climbs high into the Andes range where Machu Picchu is located. At times, buses going in opposite directions passed with only inches to spare and with a steep, unprotected drop-off on one side of the road. At other times, one of ...