The Walkon Inn Cusco
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Day Seventy - Thursday 15th November 2012
Our hostel had only had a double room available for one night and the hostel we wanted to stay in wasn't available until the next day, so we needed another hostel for the night. After looking around for an hour or so, we opted for a small hotel on the same street as our first hostel and moved our …
Following a recommendation for a nice quiet hostel we found ourselves at the Walk On Inn Cusco and stayed for a week in all but with a few days away in the middle exploring the sacred valley. We had initially wanted to volunteer with the Om Project to help hand out food to impoverished families in the surrounding mountains but we arrived in Cusco …
Clare_and_will stayed here on Sep 5, 2012 during their trip titled: No Reservations.
As previously stated in the last entry we finally arrived in Cusco. We were welcomed with a massive hill and a dose of altitude sickness each but managed to freshen up and head out for some much needed food. We decided on a restaurant recommended in our rough guides that was a block away from our hostel... all we had to do to get there was walk …
We didn't get off to a great start! We waved down a taxi from outside the hostel and haggled reasonably well for a lift to the Cruz del Sur coach terminal. The driver was friendly, but, still drove like a maniac through the streets, flying over the speed bumps, dodging the pedestrians and onto the "highway"... (no brakes and barely and distinction …
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They know their business.
The staff was very friendly and helpful. There is even a man that works there all day and can offer you treks or just give you advices for free.
Tea was free all day long. Huge breakfast for just an extra 8 soles.
They had internet, massive TV and laundry service.
I guess it can get crowded in high season but it was just fine in April.
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