La Casa de Barro Lodge & Restaurant

Address: Calle Miraflores 147, Urubamba, Sacred Valley, 01, Peru | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

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 6 of our Great Adventure

    A travel blog entry by tammyandsteve on Jun 15, 2015

    8 photos

    ... us all about the history of Machu Picchu. We then had lunch at the restaurant at the base. For the afternoon, we could go with a guide or have free roaming time. We decided to go with our local guide to Moon Gate which had a lot of steps and rock walkways. It was a 2 1/2 hour trek. It was well worth the amazing views that we got of Machu Picchu. We also had Llamas walking along the path with us. On the train ...

    Day 327: The journey to Urubamba, Perú

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Jun 01, 2015

    3 photos

    ... his wife. The situation couldn't have been more perfect or unexpected. Aldo and his wife, Yurka, are very nice people in their mid-30s and we spent most of the night talking about everything from small talk to politics. It was really nice to be back hanging with West and living with nice local people again. After we helped prepare and eat a nice meal of chifa (Chinese food) and talked for a while, I pitched the tent and we called it a ...

    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

    ... so to dehydrate and press the salt. This is only able to exist because these mountains used to be on the sea bed (they contain ocean salt, fossils and shells), until the two tectonic plates moved across each other and one side was forced up into the sky to creat the Andes.

    We were amazed because we drove along many dirt tracks, totally off the beaten track, with no street signs to guide us, just the driver's knowledge. Bunniks are amazing, taking us to places ...

    Out and about in Cusco

    A travel blog entry by redwatt on Mar 07, 2015

    4 comments, 10 photos

    ... Domingo del Cusco. I thought "oh no, not another church" but this one had the most interesting story. The church is also called by the Inca name of Qorikancha because it has some amazing Inca ruins. The Spaniards usually knocked down all of the Incan places of worship and even used their rocks to build their own churches. So in this church they used the Incan buildings as a foundation for their own buildings. They built the first floor ...