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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... could not see Salkantay Mountain from the summit of our trail because of the storm but we knew she was there, smiling at us, but telling us to go down at the same time.
The next hour was all down hill and every minute allowed us to take in a little more oxygen and feel a little better. ...
... was filled in by wandering around the small touristy town. Everything here was far more expensive than in Cuzco. An interesting fact about this town is that it is only accessible by train, as there are no roads leading to here. In the evening our guide Edwar, who had walked the Lares track, asked Dale to join his group for dinner. An early night was had in anticipation of meeting up with David in the morning. Dale caught a bus at 6.00am up to Machu Picchu, arriving at ...
... then began climbing the zig zag road which would take us to the top. It was too bad, and I managed to look for most of the way up - I definitely think I'm improving with heights (as long as what I'm on doesn't wobble!). At the top the bus stopped in front of the Sanctuary Hotel and we all got off (I was actually a bit disappointed with the hotel - considering the price of it - it looked a bit like a travelodge to me!). There are lots of rules in Machu Picchu - no food, only ...
... just spectacular. We took loads of photos while experiencing the Inca ruins at the summit. The route down was ridiculously steep and the steps were tiny. A French couple raced us down but they had to settle for second place, 1-0 to the England.
We then visited the rest of the MP that we hadn’t seen yesterday including an Inca compass that points exactly to the 4 cardinal points. We saw ceremonial rocks that resembled ...