Samay Wasi Youth Hostels Cusco
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Cusco, the meeting place for millions of tourists who have come here to see Machu Picchu. I don't think I have ever seen such a mix of tourist types anywhere else in the world from rich to poor they are all here. Whilst downtown Cusco is beautiful, I tired of the gangs of very young American backpackers rather quickly. I was staying up in San Blas …
The bus journey from Andahuaylas to Cuzco started okay, got worse and finished badly. The morning wsa fine. We dozed and slept, and because it was so early there was no traffic and no roadworks and we made time. After four hours on the unsealed roads we came on to sealed roads, which was a very strange sensatin after 16 hours of jolting.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSamay Wasi Youth Hostels Cusco
Great location up in San Blas which is 10-20 minutes walk up from the main plaza in Cusco. The terrace here had amazing views out over Cusco & it was very peaceful here. There are dorms & private rooms, the dorms can get noisy as you are right by the front door, the beds are warm & comfortable though. This was a nice place to acclimatise to the high altitude of Cusco
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