El MaPi Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes
Saturday 17 Oct - The Vistadome train is a bit like the Canadian Rocky Mountaineer train - it has high panoramic windows that curve into the roof so you can see the high mountains. We had good views of the mountains, river, villages etc and could spot some of the Inca walking trail during the one and a half hours the train took to travel the …
Got up and went for a wander around the Convent/Hotel. It was a chilly 2degrees Celsius but sun was out. It was lovely to see the sun come up over the mountains. We took the bus to the Ollantaytambo. It is a 'living Inca Town'. We had a look around the streets and went into one of the homes. They live with rooms around an open square. One of the …
On our second day at Machu Picchu, we were up bright and early for our hike up Machu Picchu Mountain. We were supposed to be doing a different hike but the local tour group mixed up the tickets and there were no more tickets available for the planned hike. So, we made the best of it and happily headed up Mount Machu Picchu. By the end of the day, …
... day. After a horrendous night of coughing and reading a less than optimal number on her oximeter Sarah had to choose to turn back with T and E as it would be very difficult to turn back half way up dead women's pass. Marcia and 2 porters went with them so we were down to 9 group members and one guide. We were woken up as planned with a cup of cocoa tea in our tents. Rather than drinking mine I decided to put my foot in it and test out the insulation properties of my thick ...