Gran Hostal Machu Picchu

Calle Quera 282, Cusco, Peru | Hostel
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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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    A travel blog entry by lauren.guite on Jul 23, 2014

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    ... but a little bit too syrupy sweet. We got some dinner and a few more drinks before calling it a night. The next morning Kathleen and Stephanie had a tour with their group and Leslie had left at 3 am for an excursion to the Nasca Lines and wouldn't return until midnight, so I did a free walking tour of the city by myself. It was nice, and the city center was pretty. We saw the changing of the guard at the presidential palace and some other interesting ...

    Fiesta Time

    A travel blog entry by philandmups on Jun 16, 2014

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    ... probably one of the most visited cities in South America. This means there's been a huge amount of tourist dollar invested. It caters for both local taste with some fantastically cheap eateries offering 3 course Menu de la Dia for only about £2.50, as well as upper end eateries. We found a great curry house called Korma Sutra where I had a couple of dishes you wouldn't get at your local curry house - tandoori Guinea pig followed by chilli alpaca. Guinea pig is ...

    A day trip to Pisac

    A travel blog entry by lucieinsa on May 18, 2014

    7 photos

    ... no, gracias´and they move on pretty quickly. Depending on their level of English they might stay for a chat, ask where you´re from and spin you a tale about how they plan to visit there next year. They´ve never really bothered me - on some day I´m a little less tolerant as sometimes it´s just nice to sit outside with a offee and a book and not be hassled by anyone, but it goes with the territory of being an obvious tourist in ...

    Andes, alpacas, ambling, altitude

    A travel blog entry by grahamh on Apr 23, 2014

    27 photos

    ... of the soil, mountains and sun to make life possible in the high Andes, where any form of building or agriculture was a vast undertaking on such steep ground. Cusco was the seat of power in this huge Empire, and the Incas constructed over 40,000km of trails across the Andes to make communication, trade and pilgrimages possible. When the Spanish arrived the Incas were in the midst of a civil war, and they at first thought these outsiders were Gods coming to help them (they had never ...

    Horsing around...

    A travel blog entry by niblet on Apr 14, 2014

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    Our last day on our tour in Peru was a little different. I had pre-booked to spend the morning horse riding around the Inca Ruins and at the last minute found out that the price I paid included both of us to participate. Upon this realisation Adam graciously agreed to give horse riding a try in the spirit of our travels, something I have been trying to persuade him to do for the last 15 years! Upon mounting our horses ...