Hostal Sweet Daybreak

Address: Calle Pasnapakana 133, Cusco, Peru | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Calle Pasnapakana 133, Cusco, is near Sacsayhuaman, Plaza de Armas (Huacaypata), Pisac, and Temple of the Sun (Coricancha).
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hostal Sweet Daybreak Cusco

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    Travel Blogs from Cusco

    Chillin' in Cusco

    A travel blog entry by likakana82 on Mar 25, 2015

    20 photos

    ... An hour later we emerged relaxed - and quite oily.

    It was good we were relaxed because I received an email that our flight to Lima had been cancelled. LAN was quickly becoming my least favorite airline. This is where the hotel staff really came to our rescue. They called customer service for me and, since the representative did not speak English, they stayed on the line and took care of rescheduling our ...

    Machu Picchu and pesky llamas!

    A travel blog entry by selleneclark on Feb 26, 2015

    9 photos

    ... I literally have never run faster in my life. It had jumped the fence and was chasing us. It was genuinely terrifying.

    All in all though, my trip through Chile, Bolivia and Peru was such an amazing experience and I am really sad that it's ending but at the same time, I am really excited to be starting university in Montevideo! I can't wait to stay more than 3 nights in the same place...! Trust me, it is an overrated pleasure... xxxx

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    Maras Moray

    A travel blog entry by don.vince on Feb 15, 2015

    Our tour today first stop is a beautiful Inca terrace. It's a very small valley and has 4 different sections to recreate the climates of the 4 different provinces of the enormous Inca empire. The main one deep in the ground creates a warm tropical climate; it even has soil from the jungle. The world’s first greenhouse.

    The tour guide is a bit rubbish in ...

    Resting Legs

    A travel blog entry by steveclark on Jan 18, 2015

    2 photos

    ... and it was very funny trying to have a conversation with their basic English and our even more basic Spanish! After finishing our bottle we left and said we'd meet them in a club, Mama Africas later. We went to Fallen Angel restaurant, which was very nice. But we we're glad we hadn't are here as they were spending about 100 soles each!! Then we all left and went to Paddy's pub, apparently the highest Irish pub in the ...

    Integrating the Agonizing Trauma of Birth

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Dec 16, 2014

    3 photos

    ... s processes were archetypal processes--­­an insight that both Freud and Jung had approached but from opposite directions. In a sense Grof's work gave a more explicit biological ground to the Jungian archetypes, while giving a more explicit archetypal ground to the Freudian instincts. The encounter with birth and death in this sequence seemed to represent a kind of transduction point between dimensions, a pivot that linked the biological and the archetypal, ...