Hostal Don Agucho

Address: Av. Los Paredones con Av. San Carlos No. 100, Nasca, Ica 01, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Los Paredones con Av. San Carlos No. 100, Nasca, is near Cantalloc Aqueduct, Casa-Museo Marí Reiche, and Didactic Museum Antonini (Museo Antonini).
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    Travel Blogs from Nasca

    Day 7 - Tour Day 3 - Nazca Lines, Sandboarding

    A travel blog entry by jonoscott on Jun 16, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... it wasn't until I was on it seeing my second or third Nazca pattern that I had started to understand what people where meaning. The plane kept turning sideways to fly around the depictions only to turn the other way again so people on the other side of the plane could see, all the turning side to side really didn't do my stomach any good. I somehow had it in my head that these Nazca Lines were much much bigger, then agin, I was quite high up so that ...

    Nazca and those line things

    A travel blog entry by racheljaynet on May 30, 2015

    13 photos

    ... have some trusty, and fortunately cheaper, cereal bars. We then get the bus to the Nazca flight vibrating with excitement. We arrive, and firstly the weigh us with is a delight after the four two course triple carb meals we have ingested, and then there is some sort of weather disaster so we wait, watching the same hardcore documentary about Nazca throat slitting for two hours. Leonard makes the situation easier by saying croissant for us, happy sigh. Roll on the ...

    Nazca Day 2

    A travel blog entry by aaronhunt on Apr 27, 2015

    A group of us went early to the airport for a flight over the Nazca lines. Ancient Inca lines carved into the ground very large in size. A memorable experience first trying to spot the lines and then admiring the detail and scale of what these people had carved without any modern devices to know it was being constructed correctly. Met the others in town once we'd returned to buy supplies ...

    The Mysterious, Enigmatic Nasca Lines

    A travel blog entry by skjaer on Apr 23, 2015

    4 comments, 102 photos

    ... the predictability or quantity of water. So, all the other theories aside, my own thinking is that the lines were an open-air religious centre of some kind, a different type of temple, where they worshipped theirs gods. I didn't realize that their worship involved sacrifice, including human sacrifice. And the latter typically involved virgin women and even babies. And the form of worship involved decapitation, where the head of the victim was offered to the gods.

    As I ...

    Nazca and the amazing ancient geoglyphs

    A travel blog entry by kayna on Apr 07, 2015

    21 photos

    ... On returning to the airport, we even got a stamp in our passports, and a certificate!

    As you can see from the pictures, there is a road running through the site. The tree is right next to the road. It's little wonder that Greenpeace were able to successfully trespass to the hummingbird! The place is covered in lines and other less clear and less famous symbols. It was definitely worth the trip and one of ...