Address: Limacpampa Chico # 493 , Cusco, 0051, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Limacpampa Chico # 493 , Cusco, is near Sacsayhuaman, Plaza de Armas (Huacaypata), Cusco Cathedral, and Inca Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Cusco

      Passover Seder in Inca-Catholic Cusco

      A travel blog entry by samcohon on Apr 04, 2015

      6 comments, 12 photos

      ... it was quite an accomplishment. We even had the joy of shmura matzah, the ultra kosher-for-Passover matzah that is made under such strict supervision that all flavor is carefully eliminated from it.

      The people attending the Cusco Seder were the most interesting part of the evening. The Vice Consul Eric Knight’s mom, is a tapestry artist who lives north of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and we sat at one of the long tables with a guy named Binyamin, a ...


      A travel blog entry by traceyamy on Mar 04, 2015

      136 photos

      ... That was disappointing, as there are such majestic views to observe and I really wanted to sit and draw some. But overall, a magical place.
      As for now, we are back in Cuzco, packing our bikes and bags for the trip back home. While we couldn't quite make it a whole year on the funds saved and gifted to us, the four months journey through South America was just enough. And cliche as it sounds, one thing we've learned is that there really is no place like home.

      The navel of the world and capital of the Incas

      A travel blog entry by tomstafford on Mar 03, 2015

      9 photos

      ... and was the capital of the incas until the Spanish invaders arrived and destroyed their temples to build Catholic Churches, the people look on it as the time of synchronisation though as the inca beliefs were so strong that the Spanish had to conceed to including some of the traditions (in one of the cathedrals Jesus is pictured with a guinea pig and pisco sours at the table for the last supper). It is a beautiful city with a chilled atmosphere and surprisingly full ...

      Integrating the Agonizing Trauma of Birth

      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Dec 16, 2014

      3 photos

      ... of the world's own being, and that the human mind is ultimately the organ of the world's own process of self-revelation. In this view, the essential reality of nature is not separate, self-­contained, and complete in itself, so that the human mind can examine it "objectively" and register it from without. Rather, nature's unfolding truth emerges only with the active participation of the human mind. Nature's reality is not merely phenomenal, nor is it ...

      Cusco and the Sacred Valley

      A travel blog entry by carol55 on Nov 27, 2014

      2 comments, 32 photos

      ... still feel revolting. No dinner for me.

      Numerous Incan ruins close to Cusco. We visited only a few; each fascinating. One of the largest was the fortress of Sacsayhuaman (when spoken it sounds like sexywoman). Enormous stones, some weighing up to 120 tons and 6m high, formed the corner stones of the zig-zag walls. The Incas loved symmetry and constantly used it in the buildings.

      Tambomachay was an Incan bath which used an incredible ...