Hoteles De La Villa Hermoza

Av. Pardo 1079, Cusco, Peru | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cusco

July 26 - Sacred Valley, Pisqua, and Ollantaytambo

A travel blog entry by kerrycball on Jul 31, 2014

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... order to take away that advantage, the Incas flooded the valley leading to Ollantaytambo and so when the Spanish tried to get to the city, their horses got stuck in the mud and the Incas were able to overtake the Spanish. After this, the Spanish didn't attempt to take the city again. The leader of the incas then decided to destroy all the trails leading to Machu Picchu in hopes that the Spanish would never pass Ollantaytambo and discover the city. Obviously, they were ...

Cusco/Macchu Pichu

A travel blog entry by disrael on Jul 19, 2014

Hello hello! I write you all from Cusco, the hub of the Incan empire. Despite its Incan roots, upon first walk through, Cusco felt extremely European (unsurprisingly)--impecibly clean cobble-stoned streets, boutique eateries and shops, and well-kept Colonial style buildings. However, then the street hustling begins ("Macchu Pichu?" "Massage?"), that gentle reminder that yes, you are in fact still in South America.

Outside the touristy city ...


A travel blog entry by cheetdaddy on Jun 13, 2014

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... back up the road, at the same time trying not to crash into all the other cars doing the same. Andrew dives to the front of the bus - photos are the most important things to consider when you feel your life at risk. We stop and the landslide river goes rushing under us. Doesn't even let the water settle and off goes our driver, straight along the scary river road until we're on the other side. Yet another near death experience in a South American vehicle. Day 84- There was ...

Cusco & the Salkantay Trek

A travel blog entry by charlotte.cooke on May 29, 2014

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... of course was not an option for us - and once we agreed to walk we really pushed ourselves to get up there fast, which meant we were among the first ones at the top (one of our group was first in line, and us girls were the first girls up there by a long shot), and then into Machu Picchu before everyone else. This was so worth it as it meant we could get pictures before the place was swarming with tourists (of course at the end ...

One Step Closer to the Lost City of the Incas

A travel blog entry by cherub94 on May 26, 2014

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... spending more money than expected, we head to a baby alpaca shop. The products made from the real baby alpaca are heavier, fluffier and softer than the synthetic ones. It's quite expensive but I do buy a pair of seriously warm gloves which will definitely be needed on the Inca Trail for the cold nights.

There are many good restaurants in Cusco, posh and not, Thai and Irish or obviously Peruvian. One memorable restaurant was named Los Perros ...

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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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