Samay Hotel

Martin 206, Cusco, Peru | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Peru-sing the Landscape

A travel blog entry by sql_spice


So here we are in Cuzco, Peru! It was quite a travel day to get here...we left our condo at 5am Tuesday morning to catch the 5:30am bus to the airport; we flew out of Seattle at 8am; arrived Washington DC at 5pm; departed DC at 7pm; arrived in Miami at 9pm; departed Miami for Lima at 11pm; arrived in Lima at 4:30am; then took a final flight to …

Machu Machu Machu Pichu!

A travel blog entry by julesandjosh


Machu Machu Machu Machu Pichuuuuuuu! The next thing that comes to mind when thinking of this stunning and mysterious Incan city built at the top of a mountain is the historical and enchanting city CUSCO which is the gate keeper of Machu Pichu.

Cusco is not only just about Machu Pichu, its kind of like saying Sydney only has the Harbour …

Macchu Pichu and the Salkantay trail

A travel blog entry by peterandkevin


Peru was the first stop in South America. We arrived in he capital, Lima, late in the evening exhausted after a 14 hour flight from San Franciso via Miami. Daunted by the thought of having to be back at the airport at 6am the following morning for our flight to Cusco, we entered the bustling arrivals hall. Amidst taxi drivers hawking their services …

11,000 feet up!

A travel blog entry by damien_kelly



Just a quick update on the 2 days we´ve spent in Cusco so far.

As the city is 11,000 feet above sea level, altitude sickness is common, thankfully they have something called coca tea (a stimulant) which helps. We´ve noticed the altitude when doing anything more strenuous than walking downhill, any slight hint of exercise and …


A travel blog entry by scatteredfrost


Day 5 Cusco We are on our own this morning. We had watched a video about a church on the square in Cusco and set out to find it. We walked six blocks down modern streets with many banks, restaurants and shops. The traffic was very heavy and it was a little scary crossing the streets. When we got to the Plaza de Armas there was a parade with local …

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