San Agustin Monasterio de la Recoleta Hotel
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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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... have done hundreds of years ago. We heard other groups complaining that they didn't get to do that. Rox was a great guide. That was something that made this experience unique for us. Even if my offering was a little less than some. We made it down to Machu Picchu. The city was still hidden mostly in cloud. We took some group photos with our matching Wayki t-shirts and then headed downhill and into Machu Picchu the official way: through the main tourist gate and in the same line up ...
... train. The tracks follow the urubamba. River the whole way. It was amazing to see how the scenery went from dry mountains to plush greenery. Once at the station we took a 30 minute bus ride on a switchback road. After our arrival our tour started with our guide showing us Machu Picchu, both the upper part which was more imperial to the lower part which had three temples and work houses. It is awe inspiring to see how they built ...
... sleeping bag. It was quite difficult trying to pack for 5 days with only 3.5kg of weight allowed as the sleeping bag was 2.5kg.Day 1.....We head off at 7.30am and I was feeling a bit better which I was releived about. We first went to a G Adventure weaving project where the women of the village have jobs due to G Adventures and they weave products which you can then buy. I bought myself a lovely Alpaca wolly hat. We learnt about the village and people there. ...
... and had to be there half an hour before. We had bought the cheapest class of travel, Expedition, which was pretty good apart from it being very, very hot inside the carriage. It had roof windows which were great for viewing the high mountains but the sun blazed through too and A/C was not working properly. It was quite a shaky ride too, not what we expected but maybe the rails get moved about a bit with all the earthquakes and tremors. There were ...
What an incredible day today visiting the ruins in the Sacred Valley and enjoying local delicacies. As usual we started early and headed for the Ollantaytambo ruins at an altitude of 2792 metres above sea level. This was the place that the Inca Emperor was able to defeat the Spanish in a set battle. The ruins were huge and understanding how it was built still makes my head spin. ...