Hotel Taypikala Cusco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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O hotel é muito bem localizado, novo, decorado com cerâmica local. O café da manhã é tipo bufet, muito bom, com pratos internacionais e pratos típicos. Chá de coca e oxigênio disponível para os hóspedes, a vontade.
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Our trip to Cusco seemed to come with a crash. A flight from Arequipa brought us to this built up town. We dashed off to enjoy the town and take in the sights. Our first stop was the Inca Museum, a nice collection of archeological findings from days gone by. We then took in the Temple of the Sun. This was an interesting temple merged with a …
Arrived in Cuzco at 8:30am after an early morning flight from Arequipa. We had breakfast at Jack's Cafe and waited for our rooms to be ready at the hotel. We visited the main Plaza de Armas and enjoyed a few hours of hot sun before the sky turned grey and it started to drizzle. It got quite cool, very quickly so I imagine the evening is going to be …
Finally arrived at Machu Picchu and it's ***********vey how spectacular the place is. We stayed overnight in a hotel next door to the Inca site which meant we were able to wander around in the afternoon light when many of the tourists had returned to Cusco. The next day we walked up to the Sun Gate, high above Machu Picchu and the point where the Inca trail enters the valley and reveals this amazing place. Hard work in the thin ...
... body in the tent. The sleeping bag only reached his armpits. It's a problem, but not to bad the first night when it was relatively warm. If you are tall and considering this trip, I'd advise bringing your own sleeping bag at a minimum. Also (jumping ahead), there was a general consensus among the group that the second two sites did not make for comfortable sleeping. A thin inflatable camping pad would have been really welcome.
Day 1 complete: 12K down, 32 to go.
When planning this adventure I had 3 must do's Turkey, specifically Istanbul and mainly to buy homewares and textiles, Barcelona to see the architecture and the Galapagos...which cost a small fortune. But as always seems to happen with these things, the places I've enjoyed the most so far have been the remotest towns and cities. Mainly because of the tranquility the people share when compared to the hustle of city living, but also because each natural wonder reminded me ...