Rupawasi Condor House

Address: Collasuyo s n, Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRupawasi Condor House Aguas Calientes

Reviewed by antogill

fine for my needs

Reviewed Jun 19, 2014
by (4 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

Only stayed overnight- getting in late and leaving early- it was adequate for my needs and provided a good breakfast and a lunch box for my trip to machupicchu.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Rupawasi Condor House Aguas Calientes

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Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes

Hiking and hot water

A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 09, 2015

1 comment

... with no sign of the top of the hill. After our morning's hike, we were exhausted and desperately looking forward to the much anticipated hot springs of the town's moniker. Eventually, we arrived at our hotel and a quick change saw us ready to enter the thermal pools. However, the entrance was deceptive - there was a further long staircase to climb before we could soothe our aching muscles in the restorative waters. Finally we were able to enter the complex - a series of ...

We survived the Inca Trail!

A travel blog entry by ellamorgan4 on Jul 21, 2015

3 comments, 36 photos

... real threat of death if you were unfortunate enough to trip. The mountains were becoming increasingly rocky and dramatic, looking more and more like the postcard photos of Machu Picchu. We explored some Inca settlement ruins which lay on the trail, and reached camp 3 just as it was getting dark. 03.20 we are woken for our final day of trekking. Our legs are knackered, our backs hurt in every way, and our feet are now severely blistered, but the promise of finally ...

Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by toby.lane on Jul 10, 2015

  • An extremely early start meant we could beat the crowds to Machu Picchu, and arrived at the gate about 30-40 people from the front. They opened the gates, and Toby and I turned our serious hiking game on.We were told it would take an hour and a half to walk up -we did it in 40 mins, 3rd and 4th out of everyone that day (who was third, who was fourth, no one knows...) We arrived at the gate damn sweaty, waited for a bit, only to be told that we needed to walk another 15 minutes ...

What Kind of Cheese is This?

A travel blog entry by kendrasworld on May 28, 2015

6 photos

... the worst of the trip. They served us pancakes with hot chocolate. I drank the chocolate but no pancakes for me, so hungry, tired, and mad at our guide, we started the longest day. The climb started with some more stairs up to the second highest peak which was a great way to warm up. We had the opportunity to stop at some more ruins about halfway up the peak, which was an old military outpost the Incas used to watch the pass, and messenger stopping point for ...

The Hike

A travel blog entry by nickandnicole on May 13, 2015

4 photos

The van was coming at 5am. Nick was sick and up all night. He had pretty much decided he was going to miss the trek altogether and had gone back to bed but fortunately when we told our guide he pretty much insisted Nick come, so we laid him on the front seat of the van and started on our way. We had be trying to leave early because there was a strike, which would really be considered more of a mini riot in the town of Ollantaytambo where we would start ...

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