Sauce Hostal

Address: Ventideiro 248, Ollantaytambo, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ventideiro 248, Ollantaytambo, is near Hot Springs (Aguas Calientes) and Pisac Market.
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      On a coach & coach #2

      A travel blog entry by don.vince on Feb 10, 2015

      I'd wake for brief spells. The LED display says it’s now 8 degrees C. After Lima’s sweltering heat and the necessity of the air-con during the majority of the journey up until now, this is quite a surprise.

      Also surprising: the speed of the coach going uphill is often 9km/h. There is a lot of uphill too. Other coaches that look the same as this are overtaking us.

      Breakfast is served, it’s bright again outside. I’d ...

      Inca Trail - So much more than Machu Picchu

      A travel blog entry by kteam on Jan 20, 2015

      1 comment, 33 photos

      ... arrived, treated to another delicious hot meal of noodle soup, beef and mash potato.

      The afternoon was given over to us for rest and relaxation after a fair days work, and with eveyone feeling pretty wrecked this was greatly appreciated. A couple of hours later and it was once again time for afternoon tea, popcorn was devoured and when someone produced a bottle of rum a special Peruvian hot toddy was made, although Shaylee missed out on this experience as ...

      The Inca trail and Misty Picchu.

      A travel blog entry by meganop on Dec 01, 2014

      36 photos

      ... had supplied the return ticket and clearly explained its use. On the bus left T alone and plonked herself between me, Andrew, Trudy and Julie on the bus. Woke Andrew and asked what he was doing..,'trying to sleep' then he shuts his eyes and completely ignores her the rest of the 30 min trip. Back in cusco T and E realise they have left a ring somewhere. We overheard them telling Augusto they had no idea where they last saw it. Somehow he located it with some mad detective ...

      Scaling Salkantay

      A travel blog entry by nomadzo on Nov 03, 2014

      ... history behind the city. Thankfully though, the clouds start to clearand by about 10am all is revealed. Wow. Absolutely incredible. No matter how many times you've seen the photos and no matter how touristy it is, being there and seeing it with your own eyes could never cease to amaze, Machu Picchu is truly awesome.
      Besides walking around the Inca ruins all day, Mum and I have booked to go up Huayna Picchu, the jaggedy mountain towering above the city. Only 400 people a day can go up ...

      The 4 day Inca Trail

      A travel blog entry by kdolotina on Oct 17, 2014

      45 photos

      ... we were like a bunch of school kids on an excursion that you couldn't keep quiet. Once we reach the sungate, it's as if someone hit the mute button on the remote. From here we're gifted with a stunning view of our final destination. When we finally reach Machu Picchu, I'm overcome with awe. There are 200 structures, each built with exquisitely cut stone. The Incas had no iron tools or the wheel to help them build this structure, yet this was done with such precision. How ...