The Garden House

Los Alamos B-6, Cusco, Peru | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $84.00

Travel Blogs from Cusco

Trekking the Colca Canyon

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey


... farming today. The indigenous people who live here for the most part continue to live their lives in the same fashion as their ancesters. The descent was made difficult due to the heat of the day (around 28 degrees), the gradient, and the loose gravel on the surface; Casey took a short (but surprisingly graceful!) slide on her backside. We were hiking with our hilarious guide Juanito (John - the ito is added to Spanish words describe things that are very small!) and 6 other ...

Cuzco, Lake Titicaca & the Inca Trail

A travel blog entry by franmullineux


... what the theme was there - they had some mummies and artifacts but also a couple of alpacas!) and we arrived in Puno to spectacular views over the city and Lake Titicaca itself. It feels very strange to be travelling for ten hours through countryside and then suddenly arrive at a big city! But the hotel there made me feel very welcome and organized everything for my trip on the Lake the following day. So, Lake Titicaca. We were collected from the hotel and taken down to the boat on ...

The Imperial City of the Incas

A travel blog entry by sileas


... adapted into churches by the Spanish after they took over. Due to its popularity for tourists, the city is full with handicraft shops, tour operators, restaurants and hotels - most of them still small and reasonably priced, although you can't stop commercialisation (Mc Donald's, KFC and Starbucks at the main square). Fortunately Cusco ...


A travel blog entry by griggs.jill


... many points of interest , including the bedroom of the king and that of his concubines, and the bedroom of the queen of Incas. A second visit the next day saw us walking on the final stages of the famous Inca to the Sun Gate to watch the sun rise over the village. It was fantastic, but rather hot and tiring. The Inca Bridge was the next walk we did, with some extremely steep cliff faces ...

Inca Empire

A travel blog entry by -ninavale-


... company that is far from being peruvian, to the money for the entrance fee to the ruins that who knows where they will end up. The train arrives to Aguas Calientes, a small town that exists only thanks to its famous Inca neighbour located a few hundred meters higher, perched in the mountains. Although it is probably the most touristy place on the continent, the village is not so bad; we had planned to wake up before dawn and walk up the steep hill that leads to the ruins, ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on Los Alamos B-6, Cusco, is near Saqsaywaman Archaeological Complex, Pisac, Santo Domingo Church (Iglesia de Santo Domingo), and Inca Baths at Tambomachay.
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