Hostal Muyurina

Address: Alameda Hermanos Ayar Mz 9 Lote 6, Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Alameda Hermanos Ayar Mz 9 Lote 6, Aguas Calientes, is near Oakland Museum of California, USS Hornet Museum, McAfee Coliseum, and Great White Adventures.
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      Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes

      My head in the clouds

      A travel blog entry by shazbattical on Dec 01, 2014

      10 photos

      ... that peru gets (the andes are nicely volatile). unlike the spanish buildings which came down. so the spanish then built on top of the inca foundations for normal, non religious buildings too. what made the incan buildings so resilient? well it is the fact that they did not build completely vertically up, but they leaned in at an angle of 9 to 13 degrees, giving a broader base to the buildings. they also didnīt use cement or a sealant but cut rocks and stones accurately, ...

      Machu last

      A travel blog entry by getcracken on Nov 14, 2014

      6 comments, 15 photos

      ... would somehow align with the workings of my imagination. Perurail took us to Urubamba, a small-tiny-minuscule dot of a town at the foot of Machu Picchu. We delayed our ascent up to the ruins in order to miss the hordes of people who flock there from sunrise to around lunch time. This gave us time to embark on one of the best trail walks I've ever had....which took us into the outskirts of the Amazon. We followed the railway line for about an hour ...

      Leaving Boston for Peru. Lima

      A travel blog entry by handh on Nov 05, 2014

      180 photos

      ... by Von Daniken as evidence of aliens being responsible for these lines and images in the desert. More likely they are to do with the Nazca people trying to please the gods to provide water in an environment of desertification. The Nazcas overlapped with the Inca but died out. The images were achieved by removing stones in the desert and creating shapes a mere 7-8 cm deep that are longstanding due to the constant weather conditions of no rain or strong winds. After this ...

      Having a bad day

      A travel blog entry by jamieking on Nov 04, 2014

      13 photos

      ... railway to Agua Calientes began. Finally a chance to relax, the train journey was pretty cool as it was all through the valley with incan sites along the way. Sittin beside us was an older couple who told us how big travel veterans they were, they both seemed to hate everything they had done though so i dont see why they were wasting their time travelling. We were told we would be picked up from the train station and taken to the hostel which was also an Ecopackers hostel. No one showed ...

      It's Pronounced Ma-chew Peak-chew!

      A travel blog entry by mikeandharmony on Sep 21, 2014

      35 photos

      ... world. We learned how incredibly difficult it was to build this sacred site. The rock work was breathtaking since the rocks were polished as smooth as glass with perfect angles and straight lines. They were "cut" in such a way that they seemed like tetris pieces that fell into place perfectly without even the slightest gap between them. It was amazing to hear how the site was chosen because of its extreme difficulty to ...