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.
... we made it to our lunch site on the mountain face overlooking Aguas Calientes city, a couple of Inca terraces and the original trail Hiram Bingham took when he discovered Machu Picchu (This trail is no longer used because porters were being bit by snakes). While we waited for the others in our group, Bre and I had a small siesta on a mountain ledge. At this point, I definitely knew something was off as I was feeling really tired (but hey we had just hiked for 2.5 days at ...
... minutes, a lot of sweating and swearing and 1770 stairs later we finally arrived at the main gate.
We got into the lost and rediscovered city and had a two hour guided tour. Unfortunately it was very cloudy and foggy and we could barely see anything.
The next 4 hours it was pouring down rain and we were sitting in the restaurant and try to not get wetter than we already were.
We had a few hot chocolates and coffees. When the sky seemed to clear up ...
After you get entrance to Machu Picchu there are other tour/hike options. There are only 400 tickets sold each day for access to Wayna Picchu and 200 are for entry between 7/8 am and 200 for 10/11 am and they are often sold out several months in advance. We had 7 to 8 am tickets and so when we got there at 7.15 am we lined up for 1/2 hour ...
... in and then up and over the historical site.
Jose allowed us to take it all in and took some group shots with us while there weren't many people around (we didn't realize this would soon change in a big way). At this point he began our two hour guided tour of Machu Picchu, teaching us many interesting facts along the way. It truly was amazing to be in a place that is held in such high regard ...