Hotel Sol

Calle Ventiderio s/n, Ollantaytambo, Sacred Valley, 12345, Peru | 3 star hotel
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Pisac and Ollantaytambo

A travel blog entry by kdo.omalley


A great 2 days with guide Juan Carlos. Hy Introduced us to the Incan history, customs and architecture. We were up close with Inca remnants in fields around Cusco, We then traveled to Sacred Vallley and Pisac to see the walls and terraces on mountainsides for agriculture. Ollantaytambo was a marvelous temple and grain storage built on the …

On the trail of the Incas

A travel blog entry by pinklady27


... stop was a village that 'G Adventure' supports and we wandered around, watching the local ladies weaving, spinning and knitting items to sell. We also saw how they cleaned and dyed the wool and several of the girls were dressed up in traditional clothes. Rhianwyn bought a knitted Baby Alpaca hat in purple, it's nice and warm, all she needs now is a matching coat.

The second stop was at the Pisac ruins, where we had our first taster of what was ...

The big walk

A travel blog entry by mel_chris


... en route. It's the longest day, covering 15km. We started with a climb up to 3900m and an inca village. Then it was up and down (what Stan calls "Inca flat") for a couple of hours before lunch. After lunch we had a last uphill bit to a big inca city called Phuyupatamarca which the incas used as an astrological viewing site. We didn't get much of a view though because it was very cloudy so we could hardly see 20 metres in front of us. After this spot we went down ...

INCAse you forget

A travel blog entry by emezzy


... members of our group, lack of bowel movements).

Our crew.
Bless them. Without them (and I consider myself a half glass full kind of girl) there is no way we would have completed the 45km, 4day, 4000ft altitude trek in the time, condition or spirit that we did. These 30 incredibly gentle, gracious, beautiful (and ridiculously strong) quechua men were our porters. It was these men that admittedly left us with nothing to worry about but whether we want herbal ...

Day 23: Inca Trail - Day 2

A travel blog entry by gregchinery


... He told us this leg of the trek would be a little harder than yesterday, but we would all be able to cope, no worries. He made us chant, "Easy peasy like lemon squeezy." Afterwards he gave us liquid to rub on our hands, then cover our face with our hands and breathe in three times. He said the oil was useful for keeping altitude sickness at bay and would give us strength. The hiking for the first half hour was indeed "easy peasy" but then we noticed the gradient was increasing. We ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle Ventiderio s/n, Ollantaytambo, is near Hot Springs (Aguas Calientes) and Pisac Market.
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