Imperial Cusco Hotel

Av. Centenario N0 741, Cusco, Peru | Hotel
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Teacher, leave those kids alone.

A travel blog entry by stewy08


... winding track and with cars flying past at regular intervals and few barriers, it probably deserves the name Death Road more than the real Death Road in Bolivia. Dinner on the first night sees the youngsters make their feelings known as they squeeze eleven onto a table of eight to avoid having to sit with us and the Koreans. 'Even Frenchie deserted us' bemoans Karen. The next two days involve some fairly serious hiking with us up at 5am and out trekking by 6am. During ...

Mr H eats lots of fried chicken

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin


... in our (very nice) private bathroom. Needless to say, our next trip was to the pharmacy for antibiotics.

We decided that we should start to make a move further north in Peru, since we are down to the last couple of weeks of our trip, and booked an overnight bus to Nasca for the next day.
Our last day in Cusco was spent milling around the hostel (Mr H watched the Champions League final), and we had lunch at ...

First trek in the Sacred Valley

A travel blog entry by lucieinsa


... the nutrients out of the soil. They were still beautiful though - in some places the leaves looked almost blue.

We also saw cacti that produce prickly pears and the cochineal aphid - an insect thatīs used to make a reddish pigment that's used in paint, dye and some cosmetics.

Sunday I was pretty knackered - and stiff! - so took a rest day. I figured out the cable TV at the hostel and ended up watching Pocahontas in Spanish. I listened with my heart but I still didnīt ...

Cuzco and Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by chrisandalicia


... took a sketchy little cable car over a river then finally arrived at our final destination of the day, some natural hot springs. After a couple soothing hours in the hot pools we spent the night in a sleepy little village.
Day 3 of our trek Chris woke up feeling terribly sick and almost didn't make it out of bed but managed to get up thanks to some strong medication. We started the day by zip-lining 6 cables across the mountains then trekked for ...

An Incan Tapestry

A travel blog entry by ricflack


... to cook for 45 minutes.

While the meal cooked we watched a show about how the world was formed. Performers represented the Sun, Earth, Lightening and Moon and then the God of Plenty.

We then watched the meal be removed from the pit and it was served to us for dinner. We were served tiramisu, chocolate cake and fruit for dessert.

Then we made our way back to the room for ...

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This hotel, located on Av. Centenario N0 741, Cusco, is near Sacsayhuaman, Pisac, Plaza de Armas (Huacaypata), and Temple of the Sun (Coricancha).
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