La Hosteria De Anita

Address: Alabado street 525-5, Cusco, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Alabado street 525-5, Cusco, is near Sacsayhuaman, Plaza de Armas (Huacaypata), Pisac, and Temple of the Sun (Coricancha).
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    Travel Blogs from Cusco

    Cusco Region Sep 12, 2014

    A travel blog entry by turmgesellschaf on Sep 12, 2014

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    Turmgesellschaf stayed here on Sep 12, 2014 during their trip titled: South America.


    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on May 12, 2015

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    ... s building techniques. There are four main trails that lead from Plaza del Armes in Cusco and then many branches from there. We continued the drive and arrived in Raqchi around 12:30. This local village thrives on community tourism. We were all divided into groups of three to five people and introduced to our "mamas" for the evening. I was placed, along with two other girls, with Maria and her family. We walked to the house and given a room for the night. We were ...

    Cusco, the city of incas - Days 53 - 55

    A travel blog entry by kate.alexandra on May 02, 2015

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    ... with no mortar. Opposite the ruins is a large hill so we hiked up that to get an overview of the whole site. At the top there were loads of alpacas including our new favourite breed, the rasta alpaca! There are 3 other ruins which form part of the same 'Cusco circuit' and we decided to walk a little further on to the next one, Qenqo. After a further 20 minutes uphill, we made it. This site was much smaller, representing an old sacrifice site and place of worship. It was built ...

    Carousing in Cuzco and Cuzco's Countryside

    A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Apr 14, 2015

    2 comments, 21 photos

    ... the Spanish came, they were replaced by bulls (one male and one female?) and were sometimes accompanied by a ladder (for easier access to heaven) and a jar of coins (representing wealth) and a cross (thanks to the Catholics). Nearby on the hillside was a stone structure that reminded me of the Roman aqueduct. A view from the top revealed that it was constructed for a similar purpose, to direct water from the hillside to the other side of a ravine. ...

    Ollantaytambo ruins

    A travel blog entry by don.vince on Feb 11, 2015

    1 comment

    ... water drains.

    There is a pathway around to the next terrace, a few buildings, one of which has a roof. I climb down and go inside, there are other people’s footprints there must be allowed.

    On the opposite mountain there are more buildings, storehouses, they look high up.

    Back on ground level there is more awesomeness to see, rooms ...