Hostal El Santuario

Address: Road Aguas Calientes, Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Road Aguas Calientes, 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

      Day 7: Village of Inca

      A travel blog entry by khushibird on Nov 28, 2014

      3 comments, 3 photos

      Peru. Breath taking. Magnificient mountains. Can I describe at all! Come and experience for yourself. A beautiful country ruled once by Inca but destroyed by Spaniards. Its kinda disturbing how someone attacks your beautiful home! Its mindblowing how with utter perfection, the Incas have created temples and palaces in caves of mountains In my trip to sacred valley, met Stewart dai from Idaho. We spoke a lot of Nepali ...

      Machu Picchu

      A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on Nov 19, 2014

      33 photos

      ... hot springs which were nice to soak in for a couple of hours with the river and mountains as a backdrop. The next morning we left at about 8am to walk to Hidroelectrica which is where the local (but yet still expensive) train to Machu Picchu leaves from. You have to cross the river from Santa Teresa to the road leading to Hidroelectrica and until very recently this required you to stand on a metal tray hanging from a cable and pull yourself along the cable, ...

      Leaving Boston for Peru. Lima

      A travel blog entry by handh on Nov 05, 2014

      180 photos

      ... in the second half of the fifteenth century mainly of white-grey granite. When the Spanish fought the Inca at Vilcabamba in 1572 smallpox had previously hit the local communities and two other communities were at war. Legend began as the Spanish left no record of where Vilcabamba was. In 1445 Gutenberg printed the first book. In 1874 the area was mapped by Herman Gohring. In 1911-14 Professor Hiram Bingham from Yale University US found no defensive walls but fountains, pools ...

      1st day on the Inca Jungle Trip, Downhill Biking

      A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Oct 30, 2014

      5 photos

      ... do that for the last few days. We got all our gears on which included gloves, helmet, a body armer vest and a jacket. We had nearly 60kms of awesome down hill riding on the paved road looking at all the incredible scenery. We got to stop whenever there was a pull out to take photos and we had a support van following behind the last person at all times. It was a bit scary at the start when a unconfident girl ...

      4 days and 3 nights

      A travel blog entry by alexandruth on Oct 18, 2014

      78 photos

      ... humbling experience. Day 3, my legs had turned to jelly but luckily only had a few climbs - most of it was descending. Day 4 we woke up at 3.30am and headed to the final check point before Machu Picchu and waited for it to open at 5.30. There was then a short 1.5hr hike to Sun gate, where we arrived in time to watch the sun hit the city. Truly one of the best experiences of our lives. The trek was stunning, the food delicious ...