Hotel Colonial Palace

Address: Calle Quera 270, Cusco, 084, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Quera 270, Cusco, is near Sacsayhuaman, Plaza de Armas (Huacaypata), Cusco Cathedral, and Temple of the Sun (Coricancha).
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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Notes from Peru

A travel blog entry by ben.sklaroff on Aug 14, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... little crying. The kids would play rough and tumble in the streets - often taking a good whack from one another, but no tears were shed. Strikes me that western kids are pretty soft. - We are being followed. Everywhere we've been, we've been haunted by the same car alarm going off, every night (I presume the same car). It goes: "eeeeoow, eeeeoow, eeeeoow, weeeow, weeeow, weeeow, uuueh, uuueh, uuueh, maaahhg, maaahhg, maaahhg". - Dogs are abundant cross South America. They roam ...

I've told a story, and now I'm left speechless

A travel blog entry by kaitlin.tulbert on Jul 25, 2015

5 photos

... of Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca, or the Amazon, the kids and Profesora Marleni had the biggest impact on me, who I am, and how I'll shape my teaching in the future. This city has become a home to me, and the friends I have made here are incredible.

And because I'm such a quote person, I will end this blog with this:
"You're not the same individual you were a year ago, a month ago, or a week ago. You're always growing. Experiences don't stop. That's life."


Final Work Day

A travel blog entry by team2peru on Jun 19, 2015

3 comments, 3 photos

... and downs throughout this project, we all feel rewarded by our efforts and couldn't be happier with the results. To add to our efforts, we have also donated the rest of our money to help improve their facilities such as tiling the bathroom and providing them with a hot water system. We leave tomorrow from Chari to Cusco but before we leave we will be presenting the women of this community some presents like portable gas stoves and head torches. Much love, Team ...

Colonial Cusco And The Lost City

A travel blog entry by mevans1811 on May 12, 2015

3 comments, 11 photos

... heart of the Andes, snow capped peaks the lot. We left the train only to board another bus! This one took us a short 10 minutes up the hillside right to the gates of the lost Incan city. It was instantly impressive, surrounded by gargantuan mountains, one of the key reasons they built it here and also one of the main reasons it stayed hidden for so long. The real mystery of Machu Picchu is why it was abandoned. Personal possessions and the like were all left, it ...

Thin Air & Inca Stairs

A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Apr 25, 2015

1 comment, 178 photos

... were some of my favourite ruins as they were best viewed from the top and meant that my lungs were given a break. They also looked pretty awesome with terraces created in perfect concentric circles. The reason that the terraces were built in this location and in this format was to best protect the stocks of potatoes that were grown in the area. By digging down into the ground the cold air and high winds would pass over the crops thereby protecting them from the ...