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, Q'engo, Inca Museum, and Munaycha.
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      Travel Blogs from Cusco

      Cusco - Navel of the World

      A travel blog entry by gsgladman on Apr 07, 2015

      13 photos

      ... Machu Picchu; massages, pedicures and spa treatments; tacky souvenirs; shoe shine services; sad looking food items. We sat in lovely little cafes overlooking the town square and higher in the San Blas area overlooking the whole town centre. We chatted to other travellers, sharing and swapping stories and tips from our collective globetrotting adventures; We meandered through the San Pedro Central Market, sampling local delicacies of ...

      Cusco and Palm Sunday

      A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Mar 29, 2015

      5 photos

      ... have a quick look around and it wasn't long until Leesh eyes off some alpaca leg warmers and snaps them up for 8soles($3 or so). We keep looking around but realise it would be easier to buy all our fruit and veg in one spot and so we head across the road to the Orion supermarket. Nowhere near as good as the other big supermarket chains in Peru so far, but good enough to get everything we needed for our next two days. We stock up and head back to ...

      Visiting A Wonder of the World

      A travel blog entry by tlunafisch on Mar 15, 2015

      9 photos

      ... The little spaces between the stones are so tight that you can't fit a knife blade in between them! This indicates that they were very important buildings used for religious purposes. The lower level buildings were made with uncut stone, mortared together with a mix of mud, straw, and other materials. This suggests that the lower buildings were residential dwellings for nobility. (All this information is according to our guide Luz) No one knows the exact reason why the ...

      Peru - Cusco days 5 & 6 catchup

      A travel blog entry by mktkachuk on Feb 05, 2015

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... while chrisitan is bawling and screaming on the ground (mike was trying to console him) and they were like "he's ok." The other kids started coming up and telling them In Spanish, still they replied "he's ok". Eventually the one mom came and got him and put some cold water on his head and washed him up. Mike and I both felt completely horrible. Shortly after that it was 6pm and time to head home. We walked home from the orphanage a different route. All the shops here ...

      Against the grain

      A travel blog entry by ecour0404 on Dec 22, 2014

      16 photos

      ... after the first time and you realize they are just playing. But oh boy terrifying the first time. Chickens are the worst. They are idiots and sporadically move in the road with absolutely no sense of survival. If you hit a chicken you have to pay for it so its best to avoide em. Towards the end of the day farmers bring in their cattle and sheep along the highway taking up a whole lane. Quite the adventure. The only terrible part of my adventure was the Peruvian drivers. ...