La Casa de Barro Lodge & Restaurant

Address: Calle Miraflores 147, Urubamba, Sacred Valley, 01, Peru | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle Miraflores 147, Urubamba, is near Saqsaywaman Archaeological Complex, Pisac, Santo Domingo Church (Iglesia de Santo Domingo), and Inca Baths at Tambomachay.
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    Travel Blogs from Urubamba

    Day 15 - Tour Day 11 - Lares Trek Day 2

    A travel blog entry by jonoscott on Jun 24, 2015

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... so happy to see they had made it. While I was on the horse I remember thinking how hard this would've even if I wasn't ill. I felt so proud of them all, especially Laura who struggled though it all at the back of the line and pushed through it all. I hear the other guys cheered her to the top of the pass as she even shed a tear or two, it's certainly a massive achievement. My only regret is I wasn't well enough to do it with them. I sat down to lunch with the others, ...

    Day 11 - Tour Day 7 - Cusco, Horseback riding

    A travel blog entry by jonoscott on Jun 20, 2015

    7 photos

    ... of the group except Hannah are doing the Lares Trek, Hannah was able to get onto the Inca Trek (which is longer and hikes right into Machu Picchu on the last day). We will have a new guide taking us on the trek, his name is Sergio or Gato (translates to Cat) apparently it has to do with the colour of his eyes. The trek will involve camping for two nights which should be interesting, apparently it can get as cold as -10, so I should almost feel right at home with the guys from ...

    Cuzco - Inca Capital & Spanish Colonial Town

    A travel blog entry by skjaer on Apr 16, 2015

    1 comment, 119 photos

    ... there is nothing left of the Inca's presence in Cuzco except for stone walls, which the Spanish used as foundations for their buildings. So all over the central parts of Cuzco are buildings - hotels, restaurants, banks, stores - that have Inca walls as their base. The Templo del Sol itself formed the base of a church, Santa Domingo. As part the church, three buildings that were part of the Inca temple still exist and can be visited. They survived because they were ...

    A Day on the Road

    A travel blog entry by redwatt on Mar 08, 2015

    12 photos

    ... there for a couple of hours (past many, many eucalypts, a theme that continued all day) out to the Pisac ruins - these were quite extensive and were the residences of the high priests and other upper classes. They also had a great water irrigation system working but when the Spanish invaded they destroyed it so that the important Incan people would be forced to leave the high grounds and become workers for the Spanish down on the low lands. After that we ...

    MACHU PICCHU - Aguas Calientes

    A travel blog entry by lolly81 on Feb 10, 2015

    26 photos

    ... our train to Agua Callientes, the town closest to Machu Picchu. Our first class train ride got us in to Aguas Callientes early afternoon and some of us made a b-line straight to the hot springs, which were kind of disappointing after the beautiful springs at Colca, but desperately needed all the same. On our way back to the hotel we made a slight detour into a happy hour bar. Slight panic when I had less than 5 mins to shower and change for dinner I was just so happy ...