Casa de Campo Hotel

Tandapata 298, Cusco, Peru | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Tandapata 298, Cusco, is near San Blas, Q'engo, Munaycha, and Museum of Religious Art (Museo de Arte Religioso).
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    Travel Blogs from Cusco

    Trekkin' and Teachin'

    A travel blog entry by kewatki2 on Aug 09, 2014

    2 comments, 133 photos

    ... served us spaghetti and chicha morada, which is a sweet drink made from blue corn. We finished lunch and began the first portion of the hike for four hours until we made it to a tiny mountain village to camp for the night. We passed many sheep, lamas, and alpacas on the way, but I enjoyed the festively dressed girls in the village the most. We settled into out tents as the sun went down and quickly realized just how cold it would be. We were served dinner in a tiny ...

    Sacred Valley Finale

    A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Aug 02, 2014

    121 photos

    ... has opened to the public with great signage and information (a rarity, we have found, at tourist sites in Peru). We next checked out the Museo de Arte Precolombino, which houses an impressive and very well-curated collection of beautiful Peruvian artwork dating back more than 3,000 years. Picasso, Gaugin, Diego Rivera and many other famous artists were directly inspired by pre-Colombian art, with cubism being perhaps the most direct example. The mission of ...

    Trekking the Colca Canyon

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Jun 06, 2014

    67 photos

    ... Along the way we stopped at some hot springs (although neither me nor Casey partook in this), a viewpoint in the highlands from which 5-6 volcanoes could be seen (I finally bought an alpaca wool jumper from a local here - I had been after one for some time), and a point on the road where dozens of llamas chewed grass.

    All-in-all it was a very pleasant two days (other than the early starts!), challenging in places but worthwhile to be able to take in the beauty of the canyon.
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    Charming Cusco

    A travel blog entry by burke1961 on Apr 28, 2014

    7 photos

    ... the Spanish on top of Inca temples and palaces. Many using stones from Saqsaywaman (said sexy woman if you're a gringo) a large area of Inca ruins accessible from the city.

    Not too much more to say really, just hanging out waiting till next week for Inca Trail and Machu Picchu! Until then it's chillax and enjoy.

    P.s booked my trip to the Galapagos Islands, 9 nights of awesome giant tortoise, blue footed boobie and sea lion ...

    Cusco - The City Tour

    A travel blog entry by katyflo on Apr 09, 2014

    40 photos

    ... and converted into quarry to build a cathedral, temples, and houses.
    Again, how they made these walls from one piece rocks I have no idea... one of the rocks weighed over 70 tons! It's thought tht the stones were dragged by many many Inca's by rope. Must have taken an age...!
    The lndscpes here were beautiful and from the top you could see the Cristo Blanco (white Christ) statue which staands over Cusco. This was bsed on the famous statue in Rio de ...