Hostal Las Rocas

Address: Avenida Pachacutec s/n, Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Avenida Pachacutec s/n, Aguas Calientes, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes

      Day One at Machu Picchu

      A travel blog entry by kswingle on Apr 05, 2015

      2 comments, 19 photos

      ... foundations are still original. We saw strategically placed llamas here and there (planted or not, they’re still very cute!) and enjoyed the vast views of the mountains and the surrounding jungle whenever the clouds parted. It was really something to imagine how anyone could have found this sacred place some one hundred years ago hidden deep in the mountains and at that time, covered in jungle flora. Truly awesome. ...

      Machu Picchu, the perfect birthday present

      A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Apr 03, 2015

      4 photos

      ... of a ruin inside the park and know we can't be too far away. Adrenaline and excitement pumping we take the next few corners and are at the top and see the entrance gates. The couple and the two guys who passed us are raring to go at the entrance and we had 15 minutes before the doors open. The rest of our group makes it up just before the loads of buses started streaming in packed full of the elderly and the people too lazy to catch the bus and they look at us all drenched with sweat ...

      From Cusco to Machu Picchu

      A travel blog entry by tlunafisch on Mar 14, 2015

      5 photos

      ... pet the llamas and alpacas that we saw there. And I have to say, they were pretty darn cute! My mom, Ben, Ilana, and I got to feed them leafy green alfalfa. My family and I learned how women boil different herbs and plants to create the dyes needed to color the wool, and we saw a couple women weaving textiles at looms, wearing traditional Peruvian garb. After this, we drove a little more and stopped at a town called Pisaq. We checked out ...

      Pachachuti's place

      A travel blog entry by tomstafford on Mar 05, 2015

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... its location are indescribable. Maccu piccu was built in the 1430s as a royal estate for pachachuti who was one of the most important Incan emperors. It housed around 2000 inhabitants that were made up of royals, top Incan astronomers, metal workers, farmers and general workers who brewed beer and tended to the estate. It's location was chosen due to its height (close to the sun and sky, both of which the Incas worshipped) and its ease to defend (there is only one route up ...

      Just step back - - a little further - - Oops!

      A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Jan 29, 2015

      55 photos

      ... supported by the wealthy and the noble.” It seems that Burke believed government efforts in this regard would make the situation worse. He might be right, but I’m not sure. Perhaps if the “wealthy and the noble” actually stepped up to the task, government action in this arena would not be necessary but the truth is that they don’t. Does government action make things worse? While watching a political interview on CNN, I ...