San Agustin International Hotel

Maruri 390, Cusco, Peru | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cusco

The Little Things

A travel blog entry by mbourland94

... as nice as they are beautiful). Yet we adjusted to the life, a simple one of doing research when we needed to, along with taking trips to Pilcopata for ice cream, and hanging out at the table waiting for our next meal. I really liked it. Then just yesterday, we made the long drive back to Cusco and I realized how strange the city was. Here, a city in the mountains, filled with baroque architecture that had been combined with inca tradition, and I can't ...

Cuzco, Lake Titicaca & the Inca Trail

A travel blog entry by franmullineux


... Trail, which would mean leaving on a bus the very next day so there was no time to lose! I headed back to the Plaza de Armas and got the information I needed with the help of the tourist office. Then I decided to do a nice, lazy but still touristy thing....I got on the bus that gives you a guided tour of Cuzco itself. It took me outside of the city itself and into the hills around (I hadn't ventured there as even walking up a small hill left me out of breath because of the ...

Incas and Spaniards

A travel blog entry by mrsmac


... it was back down to the city and free time for the rest of the day. We had a fabulous lunch at the Inka Grill in the town square.. We chose 3 small dishes, a cerviche of trout, stuffed yellow peppers containg a mince mixture and sesame seed covered small bites of chicken with a great dipping sauce. All fabulous. We were then tempted by dessert. I had a chocolate bar, a rich chocolate cake log with pouring custard and Fletcher had the ...

Inca Empire

A travel blog entry by -ninavale-


... but it's certainly one of those places that a person has to see at least once in his or her life.
Before coming here, we spent a few days in what was once the capital of the enormous empire of the Incas: Cusco. It's a very pleasant town, a sort of mix of Inca ruins and Spanish colonial buildings; there are many picturesque corners, a huge and beautiful square and a market full of the usual things: the ladies who prepare fresh fruit juices, cheap food stalls, the ...

Up and down the canyon

A travel blog entry by nloon


The morning after Niall's belated birthday dinner we dragged ourselves out of bed to catch the 8am bus to Cabanaconde which is where you can start the hike down into the Colca canyon, the second deepest canyon in the world (and no, the Grand Canyon is not number one, it's another one in Peru). It was a 6 hour drive to Cabanaconde in a bus that sounded like it was about to fall apart any minute but aside from a 20minute pitstop to fix some "mechanical issues" we made it to ...

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