La Casona Real Hotel

Procuradores 354, Cusco, Peru | Hotel

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Ukukus Bar Art

A travel blog entry by oosilnz


I couldn't leave without telling you about the Ukukus bar itself. Its owned by Tito and is a main stay of the local music scene. While many of the touristas party at cheesey nightclubs the locals come to this place for live music and dancing.

The entire of the Ukukus bar is covered in art and scultpures made by Mario Curassi. He is a …

Inka museum is a history project. VAI BRASIL!!!

A travel blog entry by kate.anthonisz


... the game on the plane when we found out it was 2-0 we started cheering!! VAI BRASIL!!!! We arrived in Juliaca at about 7 and let me tell you, this airport is minuscule. You walk off the Tarmac straight into bag collection. We also found our Brazil won 2-1 so we were feeling pretty optimistic. We really need to stop travelling of Brazil game days though!!!! The tiny airport caused a few giggles in the Aussie camp and then we ...

March of the Incas (Day 97-105)

A travel blog entry by nayanjli


... already set up our tents and the chef had started on dinner!). We were served tea with popcorn and biscuits at 5.30pm and dinner at 6.30pm - we could get use to this service (...and we did!)

We had another early start on Day 2, which was described by everyone as the hardest day of the trail; it didn't fail to disappoint. We had a tough 3.5 hours uphill that ended at the 'Dead Woman's Pass' which was 4,200 ...

A day in Cusco

A travel blog entry by lpringle

Today we had a lie in and then went to a cafe called Morena, recommended to us by Simon, for lunch. It served amazing sandwiches, pasta and pizza, and I went for a pepperoni and red onion pizza which was amazing. We were chilling afterwards in the main square when all the church bells suddenly started raining and police sirens going and everyone seemed to stop in their tracks, including all the cars, for ...


A travel blog entry by avangilder


... as soon as someone picked up on the other end I forgot all Spanish I had ever learned in my entire life. Not only the nerves, but it's super hard to hear them on the other end. Not surprisingly, the phone service here isn't the best, so between that and mumbling over the phone (which everyone does no matter where you're from) it was one of the hardest things I have ever done. Not really, but at the time it sure felt like it. ...


This hotel, located on Procuradores 354, Cusco, is near Cusco Cathedral, Hiram Bingham Train, Pre-Columbian Art Museum, and Inca Museum.
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