Tikawasi Valley Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... re-entered again anyway). We also stopped to stamp our passports with the Machu Picchu stamp so we wouldn't forget.
The sun came out as we toured the agricultural and urban sectors of Machu Picchu. It was still raining so I looked for a rainbow but there was none to be seen. Even though I had sunscreen, I was too lazy to use it and we both ended up a little pink in places.
After making the lower circuit, we were pretty wiped and it was ...
... autobus. Později nám Aurelius říká, ze se to vlastně nesmí, ale ze to stejně takhle dělají… hmm :) Také se k nám přidá další kluk, musí mu byt tak 13 a nejdřív nevíme proč je vlastně s námi. Nemá sedadlo, jelikož autobus je úplně plny, tak sedí na schodu hned vedle mne. Říkám si, ze asi bydli někde v horách a ze se s námi veze. Míjíme pěkné městečko Ollantaytambo, které je asi na pul cesty do ...
... travel cars with rich walnut and brass trim and lush upholstered booth seats. I felt like Hercule Poirot would come walking down the aisle at any moment. There is a bar car and a great viewing car at the back of the train. A wonderful local trio of musicians played thruout the trip. They even played Sweet Home Alabama and Chicago for us! We had a wonderful Brunch on board the train on the ride up and a delicious dinner on ...
... very efficient continuous shuttle bus service - a 25 minute journey along a very rough dirt road. There’s only one hotel at Machu Picchu itself but it’s just outside the gates of the National Park itself. Staying there confers no particular advantage as the site itself can still only be accessed during regular opening hours and the shuttle bus service from Aguas Calientes starts at 5:30 am anyway.
It’s in Aguas Calientes and not Machu Picchu itself that ...
... the time we got to town the rain had subsided. It is very touristy and has a nice feel. The railroad unsurprisingly is the centre piece, and has a plethro of restaurants lining it's sides. On the main square (which had a very cool Xmas tree made out of plastic bottles) we chilled whilst the two guides collected our passports to sort out tickets for Machu Picchu. We'd been on the square a long time before anything started happening. It turns out hostels hadn't ...