Hotel Mabey Cusco
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Mabey Cusco
Nice hotel with decent amenities but far 25 minute walk from main Plaza in Cusco. Beds are hard and some rooms are very noisy. Good free breakfast included and clean rooms with hot water. Light sleepers will not do well here.
Reception and staff
Elevator, Smoke Alarms
Wifi and Computers available
Fabulous Breakfast included
Slow Computers, computers don't work
Many Rooms are Noisy Day & Night
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Travel Blogs from Cusco
... Francisco Pizarro and his Spanish troops defeated the Incas and founded their own city by changing the Incan structures into Colonial mansions. Cusco's architecture is known as a mix of Colonial Spanish and Andean.
There was an earthquake in 1650 which damaged most of Cusco's Spanish structures but the Inca foundations remained and the city was rebuilt under the patronage of Bishop Manuel de Mollinedo y Angulo.
This is our free day to ...
... wasn't working, then that we had to queue for ages at customs between Bolivia and Peru, then they moaned the bus was taking longer than expected - we assumed they must have only just landed in the continent as this is all pretty standard stuff that we now take in our stride!!
We finally arrived at our hostel, a few hours after was planned but we were so lucky to have booked a room because "the complainers" had followed us to the hostel ...
... on the train from Ollantaytambo than on either Air Canada flight
I can spell Ollantaytambo without looking it up.
Peru charges tourists for everything.
$100 for Kit and me to get into MP then they charge another $48US for the 30 minute bus ride to the entrance....and they charge to pee.
Hope you are all well
We are having a blast and learning lots, no Spanish ...
... the train." It was all beginning to sound a little daunting. The bus took a couple of hours. We stopped once to take photos above the town of Urubamba. When we arrived, Ricardo suggested we should all do a short walk to the Pinkulluna Ruins. He neglected to mention we might want to bring water and our rain jackets. The "short walk" was a steep and jagged walk up a hill that most of us found a challenge despite it only taking about 20 minutes. ...
... to Ryan again. I am thankful that I will see him in the USA next week. The icing on the cake. We ended the day with a true Peruvian meal. We let Rolando pick out last dinner in Cusco. He took us to a small locals only restaurant. We let him order for us and what came out of the kitchen was more than words can describe. I tried everything and only liked a few things. Madyson tried a little of everything. Makena on the other had was freaked ...