Santuario Hotel

Av. Hermanos Ayar s/n., Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, Peru | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Av. Hermanos Ayar s/n., Aguas Calientes, is near Temple of Ollantaytambo, Gate of the Sun (Intipuncu), Intihuatana Stone, and Moon Temple.
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    Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes

    The amazing Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by brettandjulie on Nov 19, 2013

    5 comments, 31 photos

    We start our day with a visit to a local pottery studio in the Sacred Valley. Pablo Seminario is a native of Cusco, Peru and many years ago was selling his pottery on the streets. Now many years later, he is a famous sculptor with over 50 pieces in the Smithsonian. We had a chance to meet him and his wife and tour his studio and gallery. He creates …

    Cuzco to Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on Oct 15, 2013

    3 photos

    We left at 7:00 AM by bus for Machu Picchu. It rained again last night and was misting in the morning. We drove through much of Cuzco and the countryside on our way. It is a very poor country and the homes looked either unfinished or finished without windows. They are constructed of mud bricks which are very inexpensive to make. The Peruvian homes …

    Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by avangilder on Jun 09, 2014

    113 photos

    ... joy and so much pain at the same time. After coming back down from Huayna Picchu I got to explore Machu Picchu. The ruins are absolutely amazing. The city took roughly 100 years to build, and was left unfinished by the time it was abandoned. It's comprised of a school, houses, different temples, and a buttload of stairs. Farther up the mountain I also got to explore the Incan bridge as well as an amazing view of Machu Picchu. Complete with ...

    5 Days, 75 Kms, 1 Hell of a Trek!

    A travel blog entry by sharissajj on Jun 02, 2014

    39 photos

    ... looking forward to retiring my hiking boots for a while! We had one more place in the ruins to check out though, so we headed off for one last photo! All day we hadn't seen the iconic view of Macchu Picchu where most people take their touristy photos, and I'm not ashamed to say I definitely wanted some of my own photos so off we went and climbed to the lookout point. On the way we ran into some llamas grazing, and some (very dumb!) tourists trying to take selfies with them. We ...

    Machu Picchu, Baby!

    A travel blog entry by chris_farr on May 17, 2014

    18 photos

    ... than it being moved there. We wondered up and down very thin very sharp stairs between the levels looking at more buildings before arriving back at the entrance. Thankfully this meant lunch. Lunch was provided for us at the hotel next to the entrance to the site and with it being a buffet we certainly made the most of it. The only thing was, having spent four days trekking through the Andes with only a small bowl of water to wash in we were certainly glad that they didn't judge us ...