Hotel Misters Inkas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Cusco
... very dry and our skin also. It happens most often when people who are not used to high altitudes go quickly from lower altitudes to 8000 ft (2438 m) to higher altitudes. Cusco is 11,000 ft. In contrast Lima is about 5,100 ft.
We arrived at the hotel late in the afternoon, got settled and the group went to a typical Peruvian restaurant. The food was amazing. None of ...
An early start and long journey to get there. The whole visit is highly controlled and regulated - passports were needed to get through the barrier for the train, to get on the train and to get into the site itself. The train journey takes in some amazing scenery and we caught glimpses of those trekking the Inca Trail. It's the most ...
... to hitting the like button on photos your friends posted, or whatever it is you choose to do in your spare time. The Cusco club goes by the title Temple and has proved to be more fun than ****** sex if you have been drinking free Peruvian vodka on shift beforehand. A DJ sits between two stone pillars overlooking the dance floor mixing mashed up electronic dance music and hip hop while hundreds of strangers from all over the world flock there in attempts to find a mate for the night ...
... a smile to my face instantly! Then we sat down the four of us (Raul, rosa, mom, and myself) and I brought out the lotion and wet wipes. The kids were so excited. I cleaned all of their hands and put lotion on their hands, legs, and faces. They were all so grateful and kept asking for more. Within 10 minutes, 8 more kids approached me asking if I could put lotion on them. It was the sweetest thing. After I cleaned them up me and my mom ...
... The kids all got in a line and I got a long string of individual hugs, and I tried to whisper to each of them something special that I enjoyed.
I will never forget the constant ecstatic, and sometimes unimpressed, shouts of "PRO-FEE!" from all of the kids. They were all so excited and thankful for the school supplies I gave them and the jokes that we shared. Johan, Kenzie, Oshin, Jaime, Ricardo, Jose, Paulina, Nicol, Sarai, Ana, Rosmary, Flor, Christian, ...