San Agustin Plaza

Av El Sol 590, Cusco, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cusco

The well trodden path to Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by ruby.honnor


... began easily, walking along the valley base beside the constantly raging river. After a while we took a small path upwards and entered into jungle like terrain. We stopped for a small break at a mans house where a really sad little monkey (which looked like Marcel from Friends) was tied extremely tightly to a pole, constantly hugging (and humping) its own little teddy bear. This is where I first starting chewing the coca as our ascent had begun but it was truly disgusting, similar ...

Educating ourselves on the Incas

A travel blog entry by maddieuk


... the pre Inca,
and Inca periods, and maps of the area with the Inca ruins marked, and a lady
doing some traditional weaving as well as one doing these amazing carvings on a
dried fruit, various sizes from an apple to the size of a watermelon. The
carvings were so small you had to use a magnifying glass to see the scenes
painted on them, and it was so intricate and detailed. Absolutely amazing – it must
take them ages and it was all completely perfect ...

For educational purposes

A travel blog entry by nomadroach


... street food, tourist gear, candy carts, dvd sellers, photos with alpacas, selling flowers, shoe shiners, juice sellers, ice cream! the list goes on and on. If you were here you'd realize how obvious this fact most likely is really a fact. Actually, the final project for the course is to analyze one of the many informal business.
"Allin tuta! Noqe Roque Kani! Estados Unidosmantan kani!" So my Quechua class is also up my alley given ...

Huge desert; small world!

A travel blog entry by upontheroof


... birds we saw, and we also saw otters and sea lions. The crystal clear waters revealed a high population of jelly fish too. We found an idyllic campsite on the beach and watched the sun set behind the island.

The road north next day took us through mile after mile of hilly desert, in places so dry that there was no vegetation at all. In other areas we marvelled at the tenacity of cushion cacti and scrubby brush plants clinging to life without any obvious source of hydration. ...

Day 2 and 3 of trek

A travel blog entry by michellerod


... I have trekked a mountain pass and feel fortunate to have seen some amazing vistas. Today, day 3 was much easier. We hiked for 6 hours through the jungle on a mostly flat road. The trail we were supposed to take was closed because there was a mudslide that blocked the way. In then end I was glad we opted for the road because it was very wide and easy. The only hard part was my body was so soar, especially my feet and calfs. But I ...


This hotel, located on Av El Sol 590, Cusco, is near Sacsayhuaman, Plaza de Armas (Huacaypata), Temple of the Sun (Coricancha), and Perurail.
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