San Agustin Monasterio de la Recoleta Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSan Agustin Monasterio de la Recoleta Hotel Urubamba
Friendly staff but something left to be desired if you are looking to have some piece and quiet.
Piscco Sours were fabulous!
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... Hendrik, Mila, Tony, Jan, Bre and I were by ourselves (ie. no one else's voices on the trail, which really is a feat considering how many people are on the trail) and the landscape was quite scenic. The path traverses high along the ridge of the mountains so you are left with views of the valley to your left and lush vegetation along the rock face on your right. At one point, we had to walk through a short cave; a perfect opportunity to scare Mila and Bre (caught on ...
... Even though it was pouring down water, he was always with us.
Before dinner I joined two Scottish guys skinny dipping. Well, they dipped and I was the photographer. Very amusing for me. I got a few nice shots and laughs.
I could only sleep for a couple hours. The sandfly bites and people having sex in my room kept me awake.
At 4.30 me and the danish couple left towards the bridge, the gate to the bottom of Machupicchu.
... if we had been descending Wayna Picchu and how slippery the rocks would have been. The train ride is about 1 1/2 hours - very pleasant and very expensive US$150 each return. We met a BBC researcher doing some field work for an upcoming series on Peru - this is a link to his video of the train ride http://youtu.be/N_hu53eQkFs
... We were through the entrance with our passports within 15 minutes and were at the site before sunrise which was our original goal. Unfortunately it was incredibly cloudy so we could not see the proper sunrise. However, the clouds made for some incredible atmospheric pictures since they would periodically only reveal parts of the surrounding buildings and mountains. It almost felt a little spooky and surreal watching the ...
... our tea in hand and just chilled out, awaiting the sunrise over the gorgeous Andes. The couple from California was already awake and doing yoga right on the edge of the cliff. What an amazing spot for something like that. As the sun began to climb, we could slowly see the snow capped peaks of the high mountains emerge. Soon after, Machu Picchu started to come into view in the early pink and orange glow. It was a magnificent sight ...