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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      Travel Blogs from Ollantaytambo

      Machu Picchu

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Dec 30, 2014

      ... a good spot defence wise. We lazily made our way around. The place wasn't anywhere near as busy as I was expecting. I'd heard you just follow the people in front like sheep as you are only supposed to walk around in one direction.

      By around 10am we had to make our way down in order to catch our bus. Considering the amount of effort and the prestige of the place this was pretty early, but it didn't feel like we had missed out. We hadn't managed to check out the further ...

      At the Sacred Valley of the Incas

      A travel blog entry by guillytor on Dec 16, 2014

      20 photos

      ... to use the restrooms, not without first snapping a shot with a small herd of Llamas.

      Continuing the descend to the Sacred Valley the next (short) stop was at a lookout in Taray where we had some really good shots of the valley and the Urubamba river down below.

      Once in Pisac, we went across town and via a winding road we ascended to the ruins of an agricultural complex, more impressive than the old buildings were the ...

      There is No Place Like Home (Day 52)

      A travel blog entry by bdfro on Dec 01, 2014

      4 photos

      ... you now have to book that independently from the Inca Trail. When Bre was here before, anyone could just go and she said it was her favorite part of the trip as you get a great view of Macchu Picchu below. With the rain and me not feeling well, it probably worked out for the best. Once we got to the restaurant, I was instructed to try eating by everyone around me. It had been about 24 hours since I had consumed anything other than Gatorade and Hydralyte. I ...

      The Inca Trail

      A travel blog entry by want9814 on Nov 10, 2014

      47 photos

      ... the final day was going to be spent in Machu Picchu.

      Now I am fine with getting up early but even I have my limits and apparently that limit is sometime after 3:30 am because even I had a tough time getting up on the fourth and final day. What made it tougher was that we got up that early only to hike 15 minutes down to the check point where we had to wait until 5:30 in the morning ...

      Day 10 - zip line, perilous bridges and HOT SHOWER

      A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Oct 30, 2014

      14 photos

      ... my shorts to fend off any creepy crawlers. I tried to take my mind off of the growing desperation of needing to scratch but often resigned to clawing at my skin for some kind of relief. Flip flops and shorts were a bad idea.

      The bus dropped our group off at the zip lines. All kitted up (a helmet, harness, glove and brake mitt) we climbed the unexpected 45 minute climb to the top. I had brought my camera along with me under the impression it would be given to ...