Hostal Qosqo

Address: Mantas 115, Cusco, 00000, Peru | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Mantas 115, Cusco, is near Plaza de Armas (Huacaypata), Cusco Cathedral, Hiram Bingham Train, and Pre-Columbian Art Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Cusco

    Divided then Reunited

    A travel blog entry by palice on Aug 26, 2015

    1 comment, 47 photos

    Apologies for it being such a long time since our last blog entry but it has been a very hectic week! It all started the last night we spent in Rurrenabaque. Somehow (we still arenīt sure how!) Paul managed to get food poisioning and was pretty ill during the night. It would all have been fine had we been staying antother day as he wouldīve had …

    Colonial Cusco - simply stunning

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 07, 2015

    4 photos

    ... splendour. Our guide explained how the conquistadors had destroyed the local culture, forcing their religion and customs onto the native inhabitants and destroying all evidence of their history and prowess. However, excavations and the ravages of time have uncovered the incredible stone masonry of the Inca - their sturdy and ingenious architecture forming the solid bases for the colonial buildings, and ultimately preventing them from damage from the regular devastating ...

    Heading to Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by ckmowbray on Aug 04, 2015

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... was very important to the Inca, and any one world was not preferred over the other. We saw this pattern faintly carved into a fountain. Most of the carvings and ceremonial sites were destroyed by the Spanish as they tried to make the Inca adopt Catholicism. We also saw an ancient refrigerator high on a mountainside. The Inca built a storage house on a mountainside and found a way to channel wind coming through the valley. They started with a large ...

    I Can Salsa, but I Can't Eat it

    A travel blog entry by kaitlin.tulbert on Jul 17, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... think of that I might need. She looked a little annoyed, but at this point I didn't know if I would be there for 2 hours or 2 days. I knew another girl maybe 4 or 5 weeks prior stayed there overnight for a throat infection, and I didn't want that to happen without having some things I would need. We walked down to the hostel entrance and she told me to wait for a moment. I didn't know if she was calling a taxi, but she stepped outside, motioned ...

    Lake Titikaka

    A travel blog entry by cfilmer on Jun 12, 2015

    39 photos

    ... are married or not. The men are responsible for knitting the hats, the women weaving the shawls. If a man wants to marry his girlfriend, he had to show her father the hat he has knitted and it is good enough the father will agree. If Chris had been require to do that I would be waiting another 20 years for this honeymoon..... The wedding ceremony also lasts a week during which time everyone else parties whilst the bride and groom stand and stare at each other solemnly. This ...