Address: Av Tullumayo 445, Cusco, Peru | Hotel
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    Day 40 - Last day in cusco

    A travel blog entry by jessdigs on Aug 14, 2015

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    Today we are having a chill day before catching the night bus to arepiqua at 7pm. Going for a mani pedi after struggling to pack and check out! The first place we went to for a manicure was an absolute joke. 4 of us on one couch in a room the size of a shoe box. So gross and unorganised I literally had to file my own nails haha. Hilarious. Steph and I went on the hunt for another place. We found the best place that was recommended. They had no available ...


    A travel blog entry by kev1875 on Jul 08, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... s.l. This existed pre-Inca but they expanded with introduction of the huge temple of God Viracocha (supreme God of incas). 200 people lived here, mostly nobles, it was an administrative centre. It also included 150 Qolqas which were store houses to keep food and such like.houses, La muña. Next stop buffet lunch in Sicuani, at restaurant Canchis 11. Entertainment courtesy of local musicians. I drank some Muña (mint) tea. Third sightseeing stop is ...

    Ollantaytambo and Agua Caliente

    A travel blog entry by rinscosta on Jun 05, 2015

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    ... etc. Obviously the big stones were retrieved from a quarry several kilometers away, dragged across a path uphill. Amazing what people can do without modern machinery. Provided they had no help from the gods. After the visit we have a pizza while waiting for the train to Agua Caliente, the actual Machu Picchu village. Plenty of time. It is nice to walk across the rails among the trains to find the right one. It adds to the experience of local transport in ...

    Sacred Valley

    A travel blog entry by sbernander on May 22, 2015

    2 comments, 35 photos

    ... fertile. When building the terraces, each one had black dirt on the top for growing, small rock underneath, the larger rock for filtering. Pisac had a water source and had water ducts throughout the city of which some remain and can be seen. We also saw the cliff tombs where they buried many of inca people when the Spanish came in and took over the city. We explored there then headed back to the colectivo to head to ...