Hospedaje El Artesano De San Blas

Suytucato 790 , Cusco, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Suytucato 790 , Cusco, is near Sacsayhuaman, Pisac, Temple of the Sun (Coricancha), and Perurail.
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    Exploring Cusco

    A travel blog entry by erinj on Oct 28, 2013

    "Boleto Turístico": the S130 (S70 for "students"), 10 day pass to 16 sites in and around Cusco. I visited half of them and only at Moray and at Pisac did this ticket really seem necessary to have (although getting onto those sites with a cheaper day fee instead of purchasing the whole ticket is possible). The ticket was also required at the …

    Day trip to The Sacred Valley

    A travel blog entry by analegge on Sep 14, 2014

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    ... for all their agriculture clearly explained. We were puffing up here as is quite high but our guide gave us all some munya which is a native mint that when breathed deeply helps clear the airways and make it all easier. So we looked around this site and then headed off for lunch an hours drive down the beautiful Urubamba River which makes for a very fertile valley growing almost anything. Lunch was at a large ...

    Lares Valley Trek Part I

    A travel blog entry by amdouet on Jul 01, 2014

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    Welcome back! We have finally made it to what drew us to Peru to begin with - Macchu Pichu and the trek there! Day 1: This is Only the Beginning Our trek consisted of 6 trekkers - the three of us (Kimberly, Kristin, and I), Elaine and Tiffany (also American), and Mikey (from the UK "I'm sorry but it's VIT-a-mins"), Freddie our guide, Caesar the guide-in-training, Pedro the chef, Fernando the assistant chef, and Eduardo the horseman. After we were all ...

    El Valle Sagrado

    A travel blog entry by avangilder on Jun 01, 2014

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    ... stopped at the local llama and alpaca farm. Llamas/alpacas have traditionally been and still are the most important animal to Quechuan society and culture. Llamas are used for their wool, bones, meat, transportation, etc. At the farm I was able to go right into the pen with the llamas and feed and pet them. Petting llamas in Cusco made me feel like I was in The Emperor's New Groove.
    Through my journey in the Sacred Valley, I visited Incan ruins in four different ...

    Tambomachay Ruins, Pukapukara, Qenco, Sacsayhuaman

    A travel blog entry by pietrasanta on May 08, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... were gods. This pattern is seen everywhere - like the Tambos, and the balconies outside churches, and the way the towns were formed, and the way the whole economy worked.

    We hiked down road a little more. One of the things I asked for was beautiful things to see, and more native and local stuff, and less touristy stuff. So it turns out my guide's father owns a huge piece of land right here! They can't do anything with it since it's considered Inca land, so ...

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