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

      To Agua Calientes

      A travel blog entry by leemclennan on Jan 08, 2015

      ... us off we had to walk 2 hours along the rail track to Agua Calientes, but it was flat so not too taxing. Agua Calientes is nicer than we thought though (obviously) very touristy. Checked into the hostel ('Supertramp') and went for a well deserved beer. We then booked a guide via the hostel and a packed lunch before going for ...

      Temple in the clouds

      A travel blog entry by mmmike on Jan 05, 2015

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      ... uphill, immediately conscious of the reduced oxygen at this height of 2430 metres ASL, and rounded the first corner to see most of the site laid out beside and below us. Many first time visitors to the Giant's Causeway remark upon its small span and our reaction to Machu Picchu was in the same vein. After about 10 minutes' wandering we assumed that we would have to go over the horizon to see the rest of it; picking up the free map ...

      Jungle Trekking

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Dec 28, 2014

      An early 6am rise to find my shoes were still wet. Great. On the bright side it turns out we can ship our stuff on towards our next stop so we don't have to carry it. All for 5 sols. Bargain. I shipped the clothes, but stil retained my valuables plus general **** that still made me aware I was carrying a pack!

      The walk itself wasn't particularly hard, and we did stop a lot for the slower people. Depsite the large group size it didn't feel like ...

      There is No Place Like Home (Day 52)

      A travel blog entry by bdfro on Dec 01, 2014

      4 photos

      ... 18-20 groups of close to 500 people). There were two unisex toilets near us and as you can imagine their condition began to degrade the more they were used. At 4:00am, I waited with two kids and their mom from Seattle feeling nauseous and trying not to puke on them, for my turn to use a bathroom with a wall covered 4 feet high in diarrhea. Apparently someone else was feeling sick.....recalling this just makes me shudder. To top it off, there was a 6 inch cicada ...

      The Inca Trail

      A travel blog entry by emmawinslade on Nov 25, 2014

      ... of this world. We were going around a cliff and back down across a river and into the wilderness and we saw donkeys and all sorts on the way. The lunches we had were just amazing. We had 12 porters in between 8 of us, and they carried all our things, plus all the tents and kitchen equipment. And they would RUN past you. I was in awe, but I also got very sad because some of these men were so old and I thought about my grandad doing it ...