San Agustin Urubamba Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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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.
... the train people (I'm sure we smelled fantastic!). Here's what I will tell you about my time at Machu Picchu that day... It was very strange after 3.5 days of tough trekking on the inca trail, with the stillness and magnitude of the surrounding areas around you to all of a sudden be surrounded by so many tourists who were having such a different experience than us. It was so overrun with tourists, it was hard to feel the authenticity of it; especially after such a calming time at ...
... every stone cut and laid to perfection, how they were able to build rooms that allowed light in from the winter solstice to a rock that carved shape is that of the mountain behind it. But for the most mystical moment was the sun coming out, clouds in front of the mountains and a double rainbow, one full, appearing over Machu Picchu. There really aren't words to describe what we saw. This should definitely be on everyone's bucket ...
... wear hats which if they are married they turn over and wear upside down! We learnt about the differences between alpacas and llamas - llamas have longer necks and are less fluffy! They had quite a lot of them at the first place we visted and they are cute!We then went to the first Inca site which was amazing and we had to walk up to the top, which David said was good practice for tomorrow and getting use to the altitude. We then had a Pervian lunch which ...
... views on the journey and we got a little sweet snack and drink.
The owner from the Varayoc Hostel was waiting for us at the station in Aguas Calientes which was handy. The small town seems to have the railway line as its main street and when the train disembarked it was like a scene from India, hordes of people swarming around the side of the train. We were swiftly taken out the throng of the crowd and up the street to our hostel. It was a ...