Hotel Amerindia

Calle Chaparro 170, Cusco, Peru | Hotel
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Peru day 1

A travel blog entry by rnathan90

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... children. I was afraid to squirt the cops though, probably a good idea not to.. There was a reason why they were dry. During the fight I rounded up a team of two Peruvian girls probably about 6 years old and since we had difficulty communicating I would tell a color of someone's shirt and point and they would both go attack the person. It was great. The group of adults all watching the fight loved it when someone got ganged up on and got covered ...

Hello Cusco!

A travel blog entry by hannahbaynham

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... trying to sell you an alpaca jumper or a keyring or all sorts of random bits... Which is nice... And I HAVE to have an alpaca jumper! Also Peruvian children are just outrageously cute.. And stray puppies... Still not a clue what to expect from the volunteering but I'm sure all will become clear eventually... That's all from me for the time being so buenos noches for now ...

Sexy woman and Cusco

A travel blog entry by michellerod

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... this quickly before the cleaning woman came back to finish making the bed. The mission was a success and we now have a moderately hard mattress instead of a torture device. Yesterday we hiked up to Saqsaywaman (hence the title of this blog), which is a huge Inca ruin. It is much larger than the first ruin we went to and again portrayed the ingenuity and of the Inca architects and builders. The design was to represent the head of a puma, with walls that zigzag to represent ...

Day 67 - Machu Picchu day 1, biking & rafting

A travel blog entry by kittysheeran

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... the rain causes flippin havoc with contact lenses!! With the rain coming at you faster (because you're moving at speed into it!) plus the additional water that is flinging into your face from the front wheel, it's not a great experience and I start to wonder what on earth I'm doing. Add to that the fact that I'm scared off flying off a corner and down the mountain so I am going much slower so lose Chris within 3 minutes, ...

Quaking at the knees

A travel blog entry by mgr.2013

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... Alpaca burger. As we ate, the thunder rolled; lightening lit up the sky and the rains fell. After a hasty retreat to the guesthouse and pulling the blankets around my ears, I relaxed into sleep, hoping the weather would be better tomorrowWe were able to leave anything not required at the hotel, which was a bit of a Godsend. Our means of transport was a very comfortable Mercedes minibus and our destination was Ollantaytambo, with a couple of site-seeing ...

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Location

This hotel, located on Calle Chaparro 170, Cusco, is near Sacred Valley of the Incas, Plaza de Armas (Huacaypata), Hiram Bingham Train, and Pre-Columbian Art Museum.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding