El Dorado San Agustin

Ave El Sol 395, Cusco, Peru | 4 star hotel
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Nochebuena en Cusco

A travel blog entry by olea

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Pues llegamos a Cusco (que en español es con S) para Nochebuena, llegamos temprano y después del tradicional (y dicen, muy útil) té de coca nos dormirmos como 2 horas para compensar por el vuelo all-nighter y el mal de altura.

Salimos a pasear y en Plaza de Armas (el zócalo) estaba un mercado de artesanías que solo se pone el 24, sucede …

Horseback Riding outside of Cusco

A travel blog entry by rnathan90

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... ever seen. He would lead us through caves that were extremely small, he would disappear into the dark and we wouldn't be able to fit.. Just had to wait for the little guy to come out again. I don't think he was even 4 ft tall. Oh and of course he spoke only Spanish so we had to really try hard to figure out what he was saying. It was a fun day, my horse was named Chabo and was by far the most aggressive, if anyone in the group tried to pass ...

Half way through

A travel blog entry by hrodney

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... and job hunting, etc... No fun. I've told a lot of my friends they should just come down here and travel along with me but most people are responsible adults who can't just pick up and leave, boo to all of you. Anyways, I haven't been on any grand adventures recently just spending time exploring Cusco and chilling with house-mates. That's usually enough of an adventure in itself anyway :) Our version of the plague has been spreading around the house for a while and I ...

Machu Pichu, lost city of the Inkas

A travel blog entry by svaneflight

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As much as we loved Huanchaco it was time to move on. We took a taxi to the bus station in Trujillo and on the way we picked up my digital camera which had been repaired in a local shop. I liked the idea that it made sense to have it repaired and not just throw it out and buy a new one, as I would have done in DK, as labour there is so expensive that it rarely makes sense to repair anything.

We took the night bus to Lima and we all slept right until the ...

33. Pleased to Machu Picchu!

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013

... before the buses full of (ahem lazy) tourists started arriving, we got a move on. Machu Picchu is obviously amazing. It's not South America's most famous attraction for nothing. When you enter (and go up a few more steps - cheeky Incas) you see what was once the inhabited section. Lots of little stone houses. It's amazingly well restored/preserved and really spectacular. We walked to Inti Punku (the Sun Gate for those who don't speak Quechua), and had the place ...

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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Ave El Sol 395, Cusco, is near Sacsayhuaman, Pisac, Temple of the Sun (Coricancha), and Perurail.
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