Hanaqpacha Inn Hotel

Address: Av. Of The Incas Lot N 34, Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, Peru | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Av. Of The Incas Lot N 34, Aguas Calientes, is near Temple of Ollantaytambo, Gate of the Sun (Intipuncu), Intihuatana Stone, and Moon Temple.
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Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes

Rainy Machu Picchu - Machu Picchu a Déšť

A travel blog entry by jarkaadegboye on Mar 02, 2015

45 photos

... nějaké kaféčko, tak par se nás dohodne, ze se tam půjdeme ohřát a osušit a počkáme než ten déšť přejde. Ale když tam dojdeme, tak zjistíme, ze je to jenom takový stánek s předraženým kafem a restaurace otvírá až v 11 hod. V tuhle chvíli několik z nás trochu ztrácí chuť do života. Koupíme si horky napoj a stojíme tam v dešti. Po chvíli se dohodneme na planu akce, půjdeme rychle ...

Just step back - - a little further - - Oops!

A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Jan 29, 2015

55 photos

... Incan empire. It certainly looked fertile as we crossed it, vibrant green with rolling fields of corn. Beautiful. Good ole Hiram uncovered this sacred city in 1911. The train, named after Hiram of course, is also a Belmond property and as luxurious as their hotels. What a fantastic train ride – white linen, great lunch, good wine and a three-piece combo playing Peruvian music as well as some Golden Oldies. Hard to beat. We also saw some ...

The Inca trail and Misty Picchu.

A travel blog entry by meganop on Dec 01, 2014

36 photos

... some super cool wide brim hats and hopefully avoid getting burnt too bad over the next few days. At the start point there was a last minute dash to the Bano (toilet) by most the group as we were not sure how far away the next toilet would be. This became a recurring theme. We also gave our duffle bags to the porters at this point. The company hired by intrepid was called Peak. They appeared to have the oldest gear on the trail but did a great job all the same. After pasting ...

The Lost City of the Incas

A travel blog entry by ambulantali on Nov 21, 2014

67 photos

... earlier I had attended an orientation meeting in the offices that showed us the route we would be taking, the levels of difficulty, tips and tricks, a packing guide and our duffel bags for porter gear. It had me slightly worried about my ability, but knew in my head these things are mostly mind over matter and there was no way I wasn't going to finish!

I had hired a half porter, which cost an extra US$60 but had been recommended to me (thanks Miriam and Clive) and ...

Scaling Salkantay

A travel blog entry by nomadzo on Nov 03, 2014

... day in 2 timeslots, which is why you have to book ahead. We'd heard that it was a short but challenging hike and that the views were amazing. Turns out that the last section of the hike is up and down practically vertical Inca steps with great big drops on one side and that it only takes a slight fear of heights to completely freeze in terror on one of these sections, as mum discovers coming down on all fours and unable to look anywhere but her feet. She's not the only one by any means ...