Hostal Continental

Av. Imperio de los Incas 165, Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Imperio de los Incas 165, Aguas Calientes, is near Temple of Ollantaytambo, Gate of the Sun (Intipuncu), Intihuatana Stone, and Moon Temple.
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    Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes

    The Inca Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by lct570 on Aug 04, 2014

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    ... up on mountain bikes to ride the winding roads down the mountainside for 60KM! The views and sense of freedom and nature were amazing, our bums were a bit saddle sore but we had a really great time ... It's whet Lisa's appetite and she's now talking about the Death Road in Bolivia! After our bike ride we had lunch before heading down the road by bus/taxi for a walk to a rural family home (read one hour uphill hike to a collection of mud huts). In ...

    Keeping mum on the Inca Trail

    A travel blog entry by gaelstigant on Jul 23, 2014

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    ... reached the top. The Snickers I annihilated at the summit, and the Coca Cola I'd bought from a woman half way up the mountain on Day One, made up the best snack break I've ever had. It was then a two-hour descent to the camp. We may have conquered Dead Woman's Pass but I was certainly a Dead Tired Woman that night. DAY THREE Paqaymayo to Wiñaywayna - 16km We woke up shivering even though we'd zipped our sleeping bags together for warmth. A thin layer of ice had coated the canvas ...

    The Inca trail to Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jul 14, 2014

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    ... that were taking up the entire path. We passed one and then heard our group calling out to us and when we turned the llama was right behind me, they are quite tall. We jumped out of the way and tried to chase them down the path, but llamas are stubborn and they didn't want to move. These ruins were that of the old Wiñaywinay town. Evidence of various seeds and plants were found on the different terraces. The Inca built the terraces down the side of the mountains to ...

    Salkantay and Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Jul 07, 2014

    99 photos

    ... weren't for the cold. There was ice on the ground, and with my thermals in a hostel back in Cusco, I was struggling. Sam and Tobi had talked about taking a nude photo up here, but when they felt the reality of the cold, the farthest they got was Tobi getting shirtless. Even that was ridiculously impressive. After some time to appreciate where we were and to snap some photos, we began the descent. And the decent was spectacular. Again we were surrounded the whole way down by ...

    The Inca Train Journey

    A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on Jun 27, 2014

    ... I was met by my private guide for the following day's tour of Machu Picchu. The meal, the journey and entry in to Machu Picchu plus this guide was all part of a package I had purchased – at very good value. A rather good looking Kechuan Inca descendant named Yawar briefed me on what to expect the following day, which would start at 5.30 for the first bus to the ruins. What great service.