Hatuchay Hotel - Machu Picchu
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHatuchay Hotel - Machu Picchu Aguas Calientes
We had a nice room with a balcony overlooking the river. The staff was very pleasant and helpful. Dinner and breakfast were adequate. It was an easy walk to the bus station.
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... i was pretty excited!! i didn´t think i would be here... and certainly not for a few years.
i travelled up i think it is from puno to cusco, a town that used to be central to the inca empire. when the spanish came and conquered, they razed all the inca temples and built churches over them. a favourite tactic of conquerors the world over it seems.
the construction of the inca buildings was so good however that they were able to withstand the very ...
... we were already climbing almost vertically up the mountain. We couldn't believe how narrow the "trail" was and how slippery the stone steps were. The steps were original Inca steps and were very worn from the thousands of climbers. The overhanging fog and mist caused all the surfaces to be wet and slippery. Still, we moved at a very fast pace and passed as many people as we could when they would step to the side ...
... porters. We ceremoniously thanked them for their incredible hard work and gave them their well deserved tips. They then provided us with our very own Green Machine t-shirts which documented the entire trek through Alpaca Expeditions. After we said goodbye, only the 8 of us hikers and Jose continued on. This was the least exciting portion of the trek as it was another ~4 miles of flat hiking along the train tracks all the way ...
... scared. Then we were told to hurry down the hill, easier said than done as it was very steep and police kept pushing past. We did make it and as a group voted to try to get out by the river, even though it involved walking where all the rocks and boulders were falling. As we walked we met a Colombian man. I must have looked scared because he told me in Spanish not to worry because they won't attack tourists. I wasn't so sure - surely from the top of the hill ...