Hotel Garcilaso

Address: Av. Garcilaso 233-285 , Cusco, Peru | Hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Garcilaso Cusco

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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Museum day

A travel blog entry by jessieanddavid on Dec 22, 2014

... on TripAdvisor, El Hada. It lived up to expectation and the plum compote in the lemon flavour cone was amazing. On the way back we popped into the chocolate museum which was more a few boards with information on and some samples. 30 minutes later and we were full of samples. We came back to the hostel after our day of museums and Skyped our friend Phil from Camp America last year then afterwards went out to meet Joe and Olly for a drink (the guys from our Salkantay trek). We were ...

Guinea no eat that

A travel blog entry by jamieking on Nov 03, 2014

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Of all the options available for going to machu picchu iv decided to go for the 2 days 1 night option. Time is not on my side just now and if i want to do other things i cant really do a 4 day trek. To be honest im not even sure what is on the actual trek to see, and i dont want to do the jungle trek as really its just the same as the two day one night option but with add ons for water rafting and biking. Just booked this from the our desk in the ...

Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by whatktdid on Sep 28, 2014

42 photos

After a hasty photo of the 'Inca on the landing' at our hotel and, following the usual early morning minibus transfer, we arrived at Puno Dock and boarded our boat, ready for the trip across Lake Titicaca: I'm not sure about 'looking for the lake'. With an area of 8,372 km² and a maximum depth of 281m, it's a bit blooming big to miss. According to the stats, by volume of water, it is the largest lake in South America. It is also ...

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 ...

We emerge from the jungle

A travel blog entry by nicolar on Jul 14, 2014

4 photos

... how others live and we thanked our host and headed back to the lodge.

The second big day we headed again into the jungle but this time the native wildlife was not quite as cooperative. We walked through heaps of mud, thankfully we were wearing gum boots, or wellies as our companions called them, which the lodge supplied and saved us from drowning in the mud. We walked to an area called the clay lake supposedly to see a mob of Macaws feeding on a cliff wall. They ...