Hospedaje Kiswarcancha

Address: Calle Palacio 135, Cusco, Peru | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Calle Palacio 135, Cusco, is near Cusco Cathedral, Hiram Bingham Train, Pre-Columbian Art Museum, and Inca Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Merry Christmas Cuzco

A travel blog entry by zoe13 on Dec 25, 2014

4 comments

... really happy that the alarm had gone off so early in the morning to just hang around at an airport.

When the new plane arrived, we were boarded incredibly quickly, possibly the quickest I’ve ever seen a plane boarded.

Despite the hours of waiting at airports and some bouncy turbulence, we did eventually make it to Cuzco. Fernando, who would guide us through the Andean mountains over the next 6 days, met the group as we poured out of ...

Cusco

A travel blog entry by emmawinslade on Nov 27, 2014

... got back to the hostel, we had a salsa lesson and then played beer pong. I lost miserably but obviously blamed Jenny. I'm the worst. I had a lie in, went for breakfast in my scrubs and then went to the markets where I bought lots of things that I needed for the inca trail. I needed pretty much everything warm - hat, scarf, coat. I bought a load of nuts and dried fruit and coca leaves from the markets for energy and then we ...

Crisco to Puno, lake Titikaka.

A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Nov 06, 2014

... the festival. We settled for buying tickets for the local ferry to Uros, but that turned out to be a tourist ferry but for local Peruvians. 10 soles per person as opposed to 100 soles for tourists. It turned out to be a great experience. Uros is a floating island, made up of reeds. People cut the reeds back and it leaves a nice platform of root formation, which can easily and safely be walked on. The local people also use the reeds to build huts to live in, make an area In ...

Inka Adventures

A travel blog entry by loretta.browne on Oct 14, 2014

28 photos

... last in Cusco and we decided to celebrate Chris's birthday again. We went to a chocolate museum where we learnt about the history of chocolate and got to make some of our own chocolates, plus we had the best hot chocolate (mine was chilli and Ginger) and cakes! We ended the day having a massive burger (Chris's choice of course) that took forever to finish - but we managed! Cusco was really a fantastic place, with an amazing culture and heritage that we really enjoyed learning about.
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Machu Picchu and Waynu Picchu

A travel blog entry by pipandmatt on Oct 08, 2014

4 comments, 20 photos

... magnificent place!! on a par with Tikal in Guatemala. After a short hour on our own we went to meet our guide, Robert, who gave us an informative tour of the site and we walked up and down various terraces to see different views of the Temple of the Sun, the Temple of three doorways and to learn about the many different beliefs and cultures that MP had and why it is still such a sacred place for many people. They believed it was a place of knowledge, some sort of university for ...

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