Mabey Palacio Imperial Hotel
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Wednesday, May 8
I seem to be falling behind on the blog posts already after only three days in Cusco with 24/7 access to free internet. Mind you, the internet here is prehistoric and canīt even keep up with my 25 wpm typing speed.
After a twelve hour nearly uninterrupted sleep, I woke at 6:30 with Gui and Laurie and we had our warm …
Day 8 The group was taking an 8-hour bus tour over the Andes to Cusco. Gary and I had changed our bus trip to a flight; due to our daughter's paranoia about the newspaper articles she read describing the high number of tourist bus fatalities in the Andes. The only positive in flying is that we would arrive in Cusco (10, 500 ft elevation) earlier. …
... step, this world, and the third step the afterlife. And if you split the cross into quarters, it also represents the four regions of the Incan empire. On our day trip around the Cusco region, we visited three main Incan sites, Pisac, Ollantaytambo and Chinchero. Driving there was beautiful as you drive though Andean passes which offer stunning views of the mountains and into the valleys. The most important valley is called the Sacred Valley which is an agricultural powerhouse, ...
... dogs, kids, right up against the the mountains. Had breakfast there before leaving back to Cusco, and met some amazing people, many of whom are from California!! Like this one girl who i immediately bonded with named Amor, literally, who is from Long Beach, and these two guys who were just visiting for a day as well, both from San Fran area. I hope i run into them again! ...
... they are the important ones) as well as a few not on the ticket. We really have enjoyed pretty much all of the sites. I would never have imagined just how much Cusco / Urubamba would have to offer! We have also fully indulged ourselves in the Peruvian cuisine, possibly even too much... The food here is delicious, some similar to things I have had in the past and some extremely new. I have gotten used to eating bread for breakfast, a large lunch and a small dinner, usually a snack. ...
How has this hostel rated in the past?
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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