Dream Hostel Cusco

Plazoleta Lucrepata D-8, Cusco, 5184, Peru | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Cuzco, the World Cup, and Corpus Christi - Oh My!

A travel blog entry by amdouet


... judges. It was really beautiful to watch. The next day we ran into the kids' parade as we were leaving the Belgium game. There were groups of elementary students dancing. Some were dressed in traditional attire, and some were dressed as various cultural symbols. The wee ones dressed as condors were adorable!! We weren't sure what to expect the day before the big day. Would there be another parade? Would they be setting up for the next day? Yes and yes. Once more ...

Tambomachay Ruins, Pukapukara, Qenco, Sacsayhuaman

A travel blog entry by pietrasanta


... is important because it's where the people stayed who were coming to pray at the altar we just saw. Since only Incas could pray there, this Tambo was for them and the people who came with them (their support staff - although they weren't allowed to go to the altar since they weren't Inca).

This is a repeating theme with the Incas. They kept power by gathering and hoarding knowledge, and only sharing with other Incas. So to everyone else, who didn't have this ...

Loco for Llamas

A travel blog entry by sdbaker99


... the amazing city of Cusco. The drive in to the city is beautiful and we learned a lot about the city demographics and history along the way.

Once in the very center square of town, called Plaza de Armas, our buses dropped us off and we made our way to an amazing Peruvian restaurant called Sara (affectionately we said it was named after one of our fellow Adventurers who shared the same name and more importantly to her the same name spelling). We had a very tasty all you ...

Camera? Check! gotta prove I went to Machu Picchu!

A travel blog entry by nomadroach


... just paid out the ass being a tourist to see it". Not that it is not impressive and the history is interesting but honestly history is also not factual.. it is interpretation and this whole country is centered upon maybes. Also, people who do the Inca Trail probably skip out on the best part of the park and that's Wayna Pichuu because they're so tired from finishing the trail.. For those of you who do not know what Wayna Pichuu is, its the 'nose' the ...

Peru: Where History Comes to Life

A travel blog entry by hatandtubbz


... Peru back at La Paz in Bolivia and as talk of home increasing fills our conversations, we have seen a sign stating it is around 10,000km back to London. All journeys from this point head East.... homeward bound!

Distance travelled over land: 4,161km
Total distance travelled over land: 47,095km


Total distance travelled; 72,712km

Weather: Average- not particularly hot, not particularly cold (except at altitude)



This 2 star hotel, located on Plazoleta Lucrepata D-8, Cusco, is near Sacsayhuaman, Pisac, Temple of the Sun (Coricancha), and Perurail.
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