Hoteles De La Villa Hermoza

Address: Av. Pardo 1079, Cusco, Peru | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Av. Pardo 1079, Cusco, is near Sacsayhuaman, Pisac, Temple of the Sun (Coricancha), and Perurail.
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      27. Abancay to Cusco (3 days, 120 miles)

      A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Nov 26, 2014

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      A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on Nov 11, 2014

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      Day 7 - Squatting in a glacier

      A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Oct 27, 2014

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      Coco Leaves and Corn

      A travel blog entry by martiniadventur on Oct 12, 2014

      ... but as im unlikely to try out as a pro athlete any time soon I'm enjoying the softest green tea you've ever tasted and perfect with french toast. So if food defines half the journey, the interesting flavours have helped put aside the absolute poverty shock of lima that was more than a bit confronting and meant we rarely took out our camera for fear that even if we got mugged we would just hand if over because its likely they need it more than us. Even oscar didnt ...

      Peru's Sacred Valley

      A travel blog entry by adita-sal on Sep 28, 2014

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      ... Spanish believed the name was Ilama and it stuck! The actual name is Pakucha.  After our day across the Sacred Valley, we were retuning to the Plaza De Armas in Cusco.. When there was a terrible traffic jam! We decided to walk to the Plaza with our guide instead.. And we saw some kind of Formula One racing blocking the Plaza streets! On a Tuesday night, so random and awesome!!  Enjoy the pics! Be sure to look out for the face in the rocks in Ollantaytambo :-)  Aditi - on my Samsung ...