Address: Santa Teresa #375, Cusco, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Santa Teresa #375, Cusco, is near Cusco Cathedral, Hiram Bingham Train, Pre-Columbian Art Museum, and Inca Museum.
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      Cusco (en Machu Picchu!!)

      A travel blog entry by minkeeneliza on Sep 08, 2014

      1 comment, 22 photos

      Maandag kwamen we 's ochtends aan op het vliegveld van Cuzco. In het vliegveld was al te merken dat dit dè toeristenplek bij uitstek is. Ik gok dat 90% van de inzittenden bergschoenen aan had en een backpack (of hele grote koffer) bij zich had. Na het beklimmen van de Chimborazo dachten we dat wel wat gewend waren qua hoogte. We hadden het mis. De …

      Captivating Cusco

      A travel blog entry by colettels


      ... of starters and coca tea! The next morning, I was still feeling bad - so I stayed in bed and tried to sleep it off. In the afternoon we strolled around town, visited the cathedral. In the evening we went to the briefing for our 6 day trek. We met our guides and the 9 other people on the trek. 7 Americans & 2 Canadians. All the talk was of altitude and the weather. With a 7am pick up, it was another light meal & an early ...

      Cusco, the lost Incas and other adventures

      A travel blog entry by nicky_n_aza


      ... we have been on!).

      So how was it? One day one we kicked off with a fantastic buffet breakfast and were each provided with matching tour group T-shirts (nice touch!). We then drove 3-4 hours through the beautiful Sacred Valley and continued uphill to a 4400m elevation high-pass. It actually began snowing as we shivered our way through our 'bike briefing', slapping on Terminator-type body armours, gloves, shoulder and knee pads and darth-vader type helmets. With ...