Gran Hostal Machu Picchu

Calle Quera 282, Cusco, Peru | Hostel
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New Beginnings

A travel blog entry by mbourland94


... as well, despite me getting burned from pepper juice. I also had the best sleep of my life that night.
Today, since walking around and going through so much yesterday was my laid back day. In the morning, a woman doing research at the station named Rachel walked us around the site showing us all of the different social insects at the Villa Carmen. I got to tell people a little bit about what I've learned about leaf cutter ants so far. Felt like ...

Cuzco, Lake Titicaca & the Inca Trail

A travel blog entry by franmullineux


... Inca Bridge nearby. Having heard a little about it and realizing there were some sheer drops and that it was quite narrow, Carol and I took ourselves off for a coffee. Just looking at the numbers of people going into Macchu Picchu deterred us from going back in there, so we headed back into Aguascalientes and indulged in a massage - the perfect end to the walk! We wandered around the town and met up with all of the group again at lunchtime, ready to catch the train back ...

3rd world problems

A travel blog entry by rnathan90


... usually does the trick -oh and you should see the dentist office the looks of this place I wouldn't let them touch my teeth for a million dollars. I'll have to take a picture someday. But literally a hole in the stone wall on the side of the street with dirt floors, about the size of my bedroom, and equipment from like the Middle Ages And I'm sure I'll come across more as this is just my second ...

The big walk

A travel blog entry by mel_chris


... en route. It's the longest day, covering 15km. We started with a climb up to 3900m and an inca village. Then it was up and down (what Stan calls "Inca flat") for a couple of hours before lunch. After lunch we had a last uphill bit to a big inca city called Phuyupatamarca which the incas used as an astrological viewing site. We didn't get much of a view though because it was very cloudy so we could hardly see 20 metres in front of us. After this spot we went down ...

Lake Titicaca, Crossing into Peru

A travel blog entry by ginenneandrob


... kilometres, one kilometre up and two down. Talk about knee pain Rueben our guide lent me his walking poles as I was slowing down as we descended. I will never make fun of walking poles again especially for long treks going down hill. Unfortunately this day Rob wasn't feeling his best, but he managed to overcome and by day three he was himself again.

Day three was much easier as we only had to walk ...

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This hostel, located on Calle Quera 282, Cusco, is near Sacsayhuaman, Plaza de Armas (Huacaypata), Cusco Cathedral, and Temple of the Sun (Coricancha).
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