Andenes de Saphy
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It seemed only fitting a serenade should end our day, so over another typical Peruvian meal, chicken and fish this time, thank you, we listened to the distinctively Peruvian sounds of the pan pipe from these two very talented Quechua's. (Well, Rose was wandering by and grabbed the pipes from the guy on the right . . .)
... of Chicon and Wakay Wilka. To me it was like looking into a painting.
Here you can see remains of the royal estate of Inca Tupac Yupanqui and it was also a farming centre. The colonial church was built on Incan foundations.
Next was Ollantaytambo which is a picturesque Inca town where you can see remains of hillside temples, frming terraces and walls. We walked up the hillside amongst the ruins and I just kept ...
... process continues at the table. Tim went for Lomos Tres, (three meats) which were beef, lamb and alpaca and the alpaca was easily the stand out. Super delicious, almost as good as roo. I couldn’t deided between seafood and beef, so went for both! The steak was absolutely delicious, as were the prawns.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAndenes de Saphy Cusco
Very Nice place to stay very clean and the staff is very helpful
Great Sheets by the way !!!!
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