Puente Del Rosario 128, Cusco, Peru | 3 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by rubyandwolsey


... Our guide showed us how best to eat one, ripping the head from the shoulders with his hands and sucking out the brains, which oddly looked as though he'd already swallowed the guinea pig whole, but that it was trying to crawl it's way back out of his throat. So, I followed suit. I ate the brains. I ate its tiny internal organs; heart, liver, kidneys. I sucked meat from its teeny rib cage and from its chubby cheeks. The meat tastes sort of gamey and sickeningly rich. Ruby, due to ...

Cusco- steeped in history

A travel blog entry by antogill


... 4000 m. I had a pint of "Old specked hen" which reminded me of an old irish beer called Smithwicks.- not very Peruvian but the previous night in Lima i had a glass of Cristal- " La cerveza de Peru" golden larger- very nice and "Heiniken" like in taste which is always a good benchmark.

Today went on a guided tour - I was the only tourist- of a number of inca sites and ...

The Little Things

A travel blog entry by mbourland94

Today, our class was given a relatively free day for being in Cusco, giving us time to explore the city ourselves and enjoy what it has to offer. Before I dive into this blog entry, some classmates of mine pointed out that I have left some bigger things out in my blog entries. Things that may have not been a big deal to me at the time, but in actuality w a huge deal. One of these was that when our class set up camera traps at the Villa Carmen, one of ...

Sketches part 1

A travel blog entry by lucieinsa


... old buildings kind of meditative - it forces you to really look at it and focus on it for a couple of hours, rather than just snapping a photo and moving on, and in doing so, you start to appreciate the intricacy and the craftsmanship thatīs gone in to it (itīs a pet hate of mine that gallery visitors donīt actually look at stuff).

I hasten to add these are just sketches... donīt go expecting some amazing work of art.

Lots of Llamas

A travel blog entry by rktravel


... and easily found a nice hostel to call home.

Now the energy of the big city can quickly get overwhelming, but for our second time around we developed a good plan for protecting our sanity. Just over 11,000ft, the city's stone walkways and endless staircases really urge you to take it slow and absorb the surroundings, so we've done just that, meandering through secret passageways and stopping to talk with local vendors to ...


This 3 star hotel, located on Puente Del Rosario 128, Cusco, is near Sacsayhuaman, Plaza de Armas (Huacaypata), Temple of the Sun (Coricancha), and Moray.
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