Hostal San Blas

Address: Cuesta de San Blas 526, Cusco, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Cuesta de San Blas 526, Cusco, is near San Blas, Moray, Q'engo, and Red Fortress (Puca Pucara).
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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Orient Express, Andean Explorer

A travel blog entry by kfamily on Jun 05, 2015

24 photos

... height of the train carriage so that he leaves a few stacks of books on the train line so that the train goes over them without knocking them over. As you can see the stalls are so close to the tracks in Australia they would not allow it because it is too dangerous. Even when the train stops there are children who attempt to sell to the tourists.

During the journey to keep ...

10th to 24th May Salkantay, Machu Picchu and Peru

A travel blog entry by mcgrtwtrip on May 24, 2015

55 photos

... looking around cooler. We simply did a walking tour of the city to see it’s finer points. It’s noisy, busy, and messy. It was ok.

We did enjoy looking round but Westernisation was calling - normal food, speaking English again, having our own transport, and the lure of some American culture. The girls could not wait.

Good bye South America after 3 amazing months.
Here goes USA.


The calm before the storm

A travel blog entry by shalliday on Apr 02, 2015

11 photos

... playing we were shown how the locals dance! Slightly different to England...however what we hadn't bargained for was how much the altitude would effect us as after one dance we were all knackered and had to take a time out! Safe to say we slept well that night! In the morning we had asked to wake up early with Alejandro's wife to learn how they make the local bread but that evidently got lost in translation I think as she didn't knock for us, so by the time we got down to ...

I'm just trying to find a mountain I can climb

A travel blog entry by maxandross on Mar 16, 2015

7 photos

... afternoon climbing a massive hill that loomed over the town. Day two, a twenty-odd kilometre mountain hike, was the part I was looking forward to least but I ended up loving nearly every step. The hike started quite lazily along a road for an hour before ranking up a notch suddenly. We zig-zagged up the side of a mountain for around 90 minutes until we reached our first main stop, a wooden house high in the mountain and deep in the trees. It's garden was a cornucopia ...

Peru - Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by mktkachuk on Feb 24, 2015

3 comments, 41 photos

... It's a single lane road so we'd have to pull off every time we met another bus that was heading down. We finally got to the top to wait in line again to get in the gate for Machu Picchu. We finally got through at 7am where the guy told us we're supposed to be starting our climb up Wayanapicchu mountain right now and we had to head over ASAP. we started walking over which meant walking through the whole city. It was incredible. And because it was so early there was ...