San Agustin Urubamba Hotel

Address: Pisaq Km 69, Urubamba, Sacred Valley, Peru | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Pisaq Km 69, Urubamba, is near Playa la Ropa, Playa Las Gatas, and Playa Madera.
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      San Agustin Hotel

      A travel blog entry by dawn8_21 on Apr 20, 2014

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      Beautiful hotel in Urubamba. Quite isolated and not much to do in the city, but after a very long day we had dinner and went to sleep.

      10 hours Trek

      A travel blog entry by steveclark on Jan 16, 2015

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      ... We then began to decend again and with perfect timing, light rain came to make the rocks slippery. After another good hour or so we came to a split in the path, with some of the steepest steps I'd seen on the trail. We had reached Sayacmarka, a small settlement high in the mountain. Here we saw some amazing remains of aqueducts. The Incans carved these into the rocks of the mountains and built them into their stone villages. They also used wooden bridges to connect the ...

      Next Wonder of the World completed!

      A travel blog entry by coletteandkam on Dec 01, 2014

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      We made our reservation for the Inca Trail at the start of September, 3 months in advance, because the Peruvian government have strict regulations in relation to the Inca Trail. These state that only 500 people are allowed to walk the path every day, including 200 tourists and 300 guides and porters. This is in order to preserve the trail and prevent overcrowding.We had been excited for the Inca Trail for a long time and we were not disappointed, it ...

      In search of Machu Picchu

      A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Nov 18, 2014

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      ... being overtaken by jogging porters. As the stone steps, some laid over 500 years ago, wound up the mountain the air grew thin and with every step our bags and feet began to feel that little bit heavier. We walked into the cloud, becoming cooled by a fine drizzle and loosing all but fleeting glances of the peaks that soared above us in all directions. By the time we reached the summit visibility had reduced to about 20 metres, just far enough to spy the porter waiting with hot tea ...

      3rd day Inca Trip, Cruisy morning, then Hiking

      A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Nov 01, 2014

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      ... before they went the other way and we could no longer see them. After the zipping it was time to take a bus 45 minutes to where we started our hike into the Machu Picchu National Park. We had a pretty easy walk which just basically followed the railway track. We stopped pretty soon on for a nice lunch before some of the guys played football on a cleared grassy area. After lunch we had another ...

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