Hotel Inkas Inn Cusco

Jr. ICA K-11, Cusco, 051, Peru | 3 star hotel
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Dead Woman's Pass

A travel blog entry by pohearn818


... pictures of the breathtaking vistas all around us.

After appreciating what we have just done we take a look and see that we now have to hike back down hill, for what goes up must come down. Downhill is completely different from uphill. My ankles are naturally shaky and my body is not as capable on the downhill as the uphill. After taking the lead on the uphill, I take the caboose of the downhill, going slow on the narrow steps, trying ...


A travel blog entry by avangilder


El Convento de Santo Domingo, or Qorikancha, is a former Spanish
Catholic convent built on top of a former Incan temple. Upon walking in the convent you see an open colonial courtyard, with Incan worship temples along the side. These temples were used to celebrate the gods of the sun, moon, rain, etc. The original Incan temple was known as ...

Last day

A travel blog entry by pietrasanta


... sorts of spices for my meal, with local French fries. And a Limonade with ginger and mint. Everything is delicious! Now it's time to get going, so I work my way back to the hotel, get in the cab, and head to the airport for about 24 hours of airline travel. Hopefully no issues with my baggage - but just in case I'm keeping all the picture cards on me. Good-bye, Peru! It's been ...

Peru: Do as the Quechuas Do

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser


... Catholic. But the first sip of any drink will always get tossed to the ground as an offering to Pachamama, Mother Earth, the god of their Quechua ancestors. The Peruvians have a deep-rooted respect for nature and our earth.

I arrived in Peru on the 13 April 2014 after a harrowing border crossing from Ecuador. My first Peruvian destination was Piura, a city in the northern coastal region of the country. A dramatic expanse of desert and sea.

I ...

An Incan Tapestry

A travel blog entry by ricflack


... to cook for 45 minutes.

While the meal cooked we watched a show about how the world was formed. Performers represented the Sun, Earth, Lightening and Moon and then the God of Plenty.

We then watched the meal be removed from the pit and it was served to us for dinner. We were served tiramisu, chocolate cake and fruit for dessert.

Then we made our way back to the room for ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on Jr. ICA K-11, Cusco, is near Sacsayhuaman, Pisac, Temple of the Sun (Coricancha), and Perurail.
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