Royal Inti Inn

Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, 211170, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes

Walking the Inca-Rail

A travel blog entry by sonnie-en-jdeb


De afgelopen week zijn we door de Sacred Valley gereisd om steeds dichter bij Machu Picchu, de tot dampkring hoogte gehypte Inca stad van het zuidelijk halfrond n de langgekoesterde droom van Sonja, te komen. Maar om uiteindelijk zonder leeg geplunderde beurs de boven op een berg gebouwde runes te kunnen bekijken, blijkt niet zo eenvoudig als we …


A travel blog entry by rnrblog


After finally getting on a plane in Lima, we flew to Cuzco, Peru. Cuzco is a small town that is the launching point for trips to Machu Picchu. It was really cute and made us feel like we were really on vacation...lots of cobble stone streets and some incan ruins. Plus lots of cheap massages! Cobble stone streets as advertised... So we decided …

Cusco, Machu Picchu - Inca Ruins & scary heights

A travel blog entry by fish1.1


We arrived into Cusco early, as LAN had changed our flight moving it an hour earlier without telling us. Thankfully the hotel phoned the airport to check on our flight and found out that we had already landed so they rushed down to pick us up. The hotel was a nicely restored colonial building with a little courtyard in the middle of all the rooms. …

We are going to have to run for it...again

A travel blog entry by deborah1212


... driver was vague- ªabout 10 minutesª when we had only 15 minutes to go before the train left.) And it was all up hill. Yet another festival was to blame. This time one with religious significance, judging by the posters of the Christ-like figure I spot along the way. There was Graham literally running up the hill, with me in hot pursuit (thinking, ª but what if he makes the train and I am half a mile behind him?ª ) around two hairpin bends ...

Four day trek and a llama

A travel blog entry by melita.brandon


... hoping it would absorb the moisture by morning but it didn't work. So we had plan b - we wrapped our feet in plastic bags and it was a success.

3am wake up call to our last day as we had to line up in front of the last check point that opens at 5.30am. To keep us warm while we waited we turned on salsa music and danced for an hour with our group.

Finally, passport check and we were off to get to the Sun Gate for sunrise. It was about an hour walk and ...


This hotel, located in Aguas Calientes, is near Temple of Ollantaytambo, Gate of the Sun (Intipuncu), Intihuatana Stone, and Moon Temple.
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