Hospedaje Kuntur Wasi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHospedaje Kuntur Wasi Cusco
Maria, the owner of Kuntur Wasi greeted us warmly and gave us a room with an incredible view of the city. The price of the room was also very reasonable. We enjoyed our stay
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After breakfast in Tika Wasi, we packed our bags and walked up the street to Kuntur Wasi and were welcomed by Maria, our new host. Within sight of our new view of Cuzco was a rooftop with two clay Toritos de Pukara (Little bulls from the town of Pukara or Pucará). This strange custom of putting two little bulls on the peak of the roof dates back to …
... I chose wisely and kept my mouth shut. I'd rather spare myself the humiliation of breaking the egg all over the drink (like we had seen some bartenders do), and which I would no doubt end up doing myself! One egg-shelled Pisco Sour, anyone? No takers? So Josh, Tammy, Melanie and I all enjoyed our free Pisco Sours whilst admiring the view... This had to be one of the best-located bars in the whole city... Such a panoramic view. For miles all you can see ...
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