Hotel Misters Inkas

Address: Av. Tullumayu 548 - Plazoleta Limacpampa, Cusco, Cusc01, Peru | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Av. Tullumayu 548 - Plazoleta Limacpampa, Cusco, is near Moray, Avenida El Sol, Red Fortress (Puca Pucara), and Cusco Regional History Museum (Museo Historico Regional del Cusco).
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      Integrating the Agonizing Trauma of Birth

      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Dec 16, 2014

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      ... a selective construct of the human mind. The human mind has abstracted from the whole all conscious intelligence and purpose and meaning, and claimed these exclusively for itself, and then projected onto the world a machine. As Rupert Sheldrake has pointed out, this is the ultimate anthropomorphic projection: a man-­made machine, something not in fact ever found in nature. From this perspective, it is the modern mind's own impersonal soullessness that has ...

      With only the Amazon to remain

      A travel blog entry by melissa.macleod on Nov 01, 2014

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      ... love after seeing the footprints. The first film started. The bus seemed to be going quite fast, it felt like we were on the edge of a cliff and we had no seat belts! That combined with the loud dinosaur noises, not ideal. Sol reassured us there were no cliffs nearby!! I tried to sleep but wasn't successful. Eating at 3pm meant that at about 1am my tummy felt like it was eating itself - I ate rice cakes to be fill the gap! At 2am a trip to the loo was needed. Jen and I ventured ...

      Rebecca finds a stick she likes!

      A travel blog entry by sanafijioz on Oct 31, 2014

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      ... too strong). Walked 5mins to our lodge. The lodge was really nice, really well kept. There was a large hut for eating, a shower/toilet block with running water and several hammocks. We had a private room in a decent sized wooden hut, with a big mosquito net to keep the myriad flying critters away. Played double pack rummy with Ismael then had lunch (factoid of the day: in Bolivia, you play cards anti-clockwise). The food was delicious and there was plenty of it! (Ideal for Jack). He ...

      Lima to Cusco

      A travel blog entry by cassowary89 on Sep 29, 2014

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      ... sacrifice atop a volcano in Inca times, she was discovered only in 1995 and is believed to have been frozen for 500 years. Unfortunately in the museum you cannot take photos but it was amazing to see. Her body is kept in a glass freezer and she has been so well preserved that it looks like she would turn her head towards you at any moment. I got quite sick in Arequipa with a stomach bug going around the group so did alot of sleeping here but was able to be ...

      Machu Picchu

      A travel blog entry by whatktdid on Sep 21, 2014

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      ... Even the photographs, which by the way, I am very pleased with, do not do the place justice. However, here are just a few of my observations: The llamas and alpacas are the present day inhabitants of Machu Picchu, the original villagers having long since deserted. They walk through its ancient streets with a haughty air of ownership or they sit and admire the view in private contemplation, seemingly unfazed by the many visitors. Talking of visitors, ...