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

Exploring Cusco, Peru

A travel blog entry by bob_and_lana on Jun 26, 2015

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... area of Cusco. It was a photographer's dream with lots of local people, many of whom were in colorful native dress. All types of merchandise was available, and it was fun to wander through the marketplace, taking pictures, sampling some of the food wares, and watching all the activity.

Later we went to the Saqsayusaman Inca ruins, which include a huge number of rock walls and formations created by ...


A travel blog entry by tomogle on Jun 11, 2015

Tonight we went to a Planetarium in the outskirts of Cusco. We arrived at the place and were taken into a dome inside the buildings where they projected artificial stars onto the roof and taught us about the Inka astrology and also modern day astrology. It was incredibly fascinating for someone like me who is just infatuated with the idea of astronomy. After the dome we went outside where they had set up multiple telescopes looking up into the stars to see the formations we had ...

The Road to Cusco

A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Apr 12, 2015

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... The structure was partially destroyed by the Spanish. Tika Wasi, our B&B destination in Cusco, recommended by an American couple we met in Lima, had been renovated into a boutique hotel and cost twice our normal budget for accommodation. Down the hill on one of the narrow one way streets was a five table restaurant called Sumac, run by a young fellow and his family and serving meals made in a wood fired pizza-styled oven. Accompanied with a pisco sour, it was a great way to end the ...

Jungle Inca Trek, the hike

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Apr 01, 2015

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... the cable man 5soles each and Frazer tells us that he spoke to the guy who said its the only way over the river and no way to avoid it if taking the inca trail. Surprised it doesn't cost more as it could be a cash cow there. We walk for a further half hour or so before arriving at the hot springs. Elvis tells us we have three hours and so we change, pay the 5sole entrance fee and jump into the crowded pools. Not as hot as Banos springs we had been to, but the view ...

Chillin' in Cusco

A travel blog entry by likakana82 on Mar 25, 2015

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... our way around the Plaza de Armas and, eventually to Vanilla Bake and Cafe. We each had espresso and empanadas for a light lunch. The rain had slowed a bit and we headed to the Plaza de San Francisco where we bought a sweater for P (those Peruvian textiles!). We regrouped back at the hotel and it was finally time for our massage at Nueva Vida.

Nueva Vida was expecting us and we were led immediately into a ...