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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      Travel Blogs from Cusco

      A climb to Cuzco

      A travel blog entry by mmmike on Jan 06, 2015

      6 photos

      ... coloured houses colonising more and more of the hillside surrounding this city of about 350,000. Most of the houses we passed on the journey are made of dark brown mud bricks, the majority unrendered, but once entered into the city most construction was of fired bricks within concrete frameworks - a nod towards earthquake resistance.

      The small modern Torre Dorada Hotel was found without any difficulty by our rural taxi ...

      Neon Nights

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Dec 23, 2014

      ... the actual impressive looking stuff. I have got a decent orientation of the town now though. It's a nice place. Compact with a colonial-touristy feel. It's nice to be in a more westernized place for a change.

      The rest of the day was spent booking my Machu Pichu trip. I've been in two minds about what to do. One option is two days one night where you take a train to the closest town and just go and come ...

      Puno and Lake Titikaka/Bolivia

      A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Nov 07, 2014

      1 comment

      ... told us was lovely and where Peruvians would eat and was very cheap. Four of us, Karen, myself, an Israeli girl and George, (who followed our taxi on his bike), ended up dining in what we all felt was in Peruvian terms a very expensive restaurant ( all restaurants in that area seemed the same), but surrounded by a very untidy smelly location. The dishes were classic Peruvian, but when the food arrived we couldn't believe the portion size. I ordered the Pork, and had ...

      Inka Adventures

      A travel blog entry by loretta.browne on Oct 14, 2014

      28 photos

      ... Inka origins as the naval of the Earth and it's eventual fall to the Spanish Conquistadors helped by a fight between two brothers/heirs to the Inka thrown. The beginning of the end for the Inka's. After this we visited some Artisan shops and were shown the local jewelry making process before returning to Cusco for Tea.

      The next day we decided to visit the Inka ruins at Pisac an hours bus ride from Cusco. After some deliberation we decided to walk from the modern ...


      A travel blog entry by whatktdid on Oct 09, 2014

      1 comment, 37 photos

      ... the large flocks of pigeons gathering around my feet and flying past my nose; noisy groups of teenagers with bags of birdseed were the culprits. Taking a gentle stroll back the way I had come for half a block, I reached the grey archway of the Santa Catalina monastery, stone-carved nun checking out all new visitors on entering. Sitting on a bench seat before going in, I observed a smartly dressed man in a Panama hat, cheerfully directing exiting tourists towards an ...