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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... in the background. Climbing the two mountains was one of the most amazing things I've ever done, and I'm glad I did it when I was young because there's no way I could do it when I'm older.
The next day after Machu Picchu I took a hike to a local waterfall. It's like I went through the jungle in the mountains to get to a waterfall. Although in hindsight another hike probably wasn't the best thing for my body, the views and the waterfall were amazing. ...
... tickets Davy led us through the ruins explaining the intricate details, amazing designs and stunning construction that is Machu Picchu. After a couple hours of seeing the different residents and buildings on the site, we were given free reign to explore. Kim and I made our way to the Wayana Picchu base entrance, sadly we did not have near enough time to climb the mountain that overlooked Machu Picchu for another view, but we did find llamas by the entrance which was a ...
... for the llamas to finally get ****** off enough to start spitting! They were pretty entertaining, and we sat and watched for a while as the llamas created major traffic jams on the small walkways in the area, forcing people to backup and run and jump and skip around the fairly large animals. It was just a hop skip and a jump from the llamas to where we could take our iconic photos! We had fun posing and being tourists for a while, and after taking in the magnificent site for a bit ...
... After lunch we got the bus down to Aguascalientes which is the town at the foot of Machu Piccu mountain. The journey down took half an hour and dropped us a further 400m down to the valley floor via some slightly hair raising hairpin bends. The town itself was certainly random. The train which we had followed at the start of the trail terminates in the town, but that meant that the rails ran through the middle of the town, with no safety considerations at all. The ...