Hospedaje Casa Elena

Address: Calle Choquechaca 162, Cusco, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Choquechaca 162, Cusco, is near San Blas, Inca Museum, Q'engo, and Munaycha.
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      29. Cusco Homestay

      A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Dec 01, 2014

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      ... but still lots of black bogeys by the time you get home, and loads of rubbish outside the centre (where the streets are swept). 2. Stray dogs and their offerings. Having to watch big dogs try to hump very small dogs. 3. The fact that everyone seems to get ill. Two students have gone to hospital this week and Matt, who wasn't ill once in Canada, America or in Peru up until this point, has been ill twice ...

      Hunting for cuy (Guinea pig)

      A travel blog entry by banksy_j7 on Nov 04, 2014

      ... had wanted to try. And yet again we were not disappointed. Stage in the centre of the restaurant, singing and dancing, full with locals, so we ate. Jay had his ceviche which was very nice, zoe had a prawn soup (made with milk but oh well) and i had a peruvian beef dish with rice. 3 BIG main dishes and 3 drinks, 20 for the lot.

      Just chilling this evening before our 4am pick up tomorrow (7th) to start Machu Picchu.

      Up S**t Creek Without a Paddle!

      A travel blog entry by shunny81 on Oct 12, 2014

      18 photos

      ... sections of Inca walls which had survived the Spanish colonial time. These walls were special for many reasons but the most impressive one was the precision which they achieved when cutting the blocks. They were cut so accurately that when they laid them on top of each other, the joint was not visible and you couldn't insert a cigarette paper into them. Other parts of the city included the large San Pedro market (which sold everything you could think of), Plaza de Armas (the main ...

      Cusco - into the mountains

      A travel blog entry by darrylpitcher on Sep 29, 2014

      13 photos

      ... is matched up perfectly to the two on either side of it - each of which weighs in excess of 80 tonnes.
      Cusco is an area of considerable seismic activity (they had a 5.2 earthquake here on Saturday) and our part-Inca guide took great delight in showing how the Colonial structures where damaged by modern earthquakes and the Inca structures have not moved at all.
      A visit to the ever-present Catholic Cathedral in Cusco reminded us of how trading in souls ...

      La Paz to Cusco

      A travel blog entry by astoffy on Sep 12, 2014

      16 photos

      ... its completely surrounded by mountains and has a river running through the middle. Macchu Picchu was amazing, its so high up in the mountains it seems so strange that its there. They apparently found some mummies in the area not too long ago but they won't tell the public where they are just yet. Pretty exciting because they never found any bodies at Machu Picchu. Heading to Lima tomorrow.