Hostal El Santuario

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

    Machu Pittchu

    A travel blog entry by karry2014 on Sep 07, 2014

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... ride up the mountain and a bit of a line up to get in. You have to show your ticket and passport to get in which I don't really get but that's how it works. We had to buy another ticket, because of the strike we were one day early and they won't change the tickets after it's issued.

    There are not many things that live up to expectations but Machu Picchu is definitely one of them. From the first moment you see it, it ...

    The icing on the cake....

    A travel blog entry by emmaw on Aug 28, 2014

    112 photos

    ... their first glimpse of Machu Picchu, so I had to walk up to it to have a taster of the Inca trek route, even if it was just the end. From the ruins you could see the gate, but it was surprising how long it took to walk up there! Not that it matter - the scenery was breathtaking and was improving all the time as the cloud lifted and revealed more of the surrounding mountains. Sometimes this path was smooth, sometimes it was stony, sometimes it involved steps, but to get there, it ...

    The Orient Express Train and Machu Pichu

    A travel blog entry by connieeasley on Aug 19, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... the World, as they built irrigations systems to water their agriculture, built walls and homes to exact measurements with crude tools, while we need structural beams and tools. And they have withstood thousands of years. I am fascinated, and I am not technically oriented. I wish my photos could do it all justice.

    Then, after hiking that beautiful mountain, there is nothing like the experience of the Hiram Bingham ...

    The Inca trail to Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jul 14, 2014

    58 photos

    ... This was the trail we walked. The trail now is about 65%252525 original. When the Spanish invaded the Incas destroyed part of the trail to Machu Picchu so the Spanish wouldn't find it. So our adventure starts off by waiting at our hostel in Cusco for nearly half an hour, turns out the company couldn't find it. Eventually around 6 am we got the knock on the door and Henry one of our guides picked us up and we were off. Finally! We have been waiting 6 months for this trek. The car ...

    Salkantay and Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Jul 07, 2014

    99 photos

    ... Alex had to continually run between us and them, who were a good couple of hours behind by the time we'd reached the peak. I think he must have done easily 50kms that day. By the middle of the day when it became clear that they would never make it to camp by nightfall, he hired some horses for them and begged them to please hire a car for the next day, which they happily did. Why you would book such a challenging and lengthy trek when you're in such bad shape is beyond me.