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

      Machu Picchu wow

      A travel blog entry by jessieanddavid on Dec 20, 2014

      1 comment, 30 photos

      ... they were getting the same train as us at 9:50pm. We went for dinner with the English guys at 6pm (they were staying an extra night) and then said our goodbyes and headed to the train station. The station was extremely modern and the train was like a first class Virgin train back home. We arrived into a small town at 11:30pm and then transferred to a minibus which took us back to Cusco. We arrived at our hostel at 1:30am and crashed out straight ...

      PERU- Cusco- gateway to Macchu Pichu

      A travel blog entry by amlwortley on Nov 04, 2014

      9 photos

      We arrived at 5am in cusco...and I had caught a cold on the bus. After checking in to Ecopackers- a beautiful hostel in an old traditional building (35solas per night in a dorm) we went out to explore. The city is stunning, no new hideous buildings popping up amongst the old stone houses. It's like it has stayed the same way for decades. Even McDonald's couldn't put up their Golden Arches...the McDonald's ...

      Urubamba ollantaytambo ruins

      A travel blog entry by cindyaserkoff on Sep 28, 2014

      ... unbelievable that they could have carried the huge stone, perfectly fit them together and no mortar. We saw the protuberances that were used to hoist the stone up the mountains. Also saw stone in the rock walls that were used like steps to climb the walls. We then went to our home hosted lunch where we made the specialty of Peru, cuy, or Guinea pig. Our group participated in the catching, and ...

      The great Inca Ruins

      A travel blog entry by kerry.lints on Sep 04, 2014

      2 comments, 35 photos

      ... pig homes that looked a bit witchy! After that we were back on the bus heading for the Pisac Ruins, on our way we stopped at a local sidewalk BBQ for BBQ GUINEA PIG...delicious.... We both had some despite our stomach problems (it would be rude not to have a bit of the furry cute things!). It tasted a bit like chicken and it wasn't too bad, I have definitely eaten worse.

      Trekkin' and Teachin'

      A travel blog entry by kewatki2 on Aug 09, 2014

      2 comments, 133 photos

      ... home, I am fearful of the impending sadness when I leave next weekend. Living here has been incredible thus far, and I can't wait to share more of the experiences with you all back home, but in the mean time, I'm going to put my computer away and cherish these somewhat temporary friendships while I have them.

      With Love,
      (Or, as the kids pronounce it: "Cat-ee")

      ps- sorry for any typos!! I didn't have time to do a full editing on this one!