Hotel Taypikala Cusco
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 …
... Tupay at the hotel. Dined with Chris and Cindy from, NC, and Rob and his wife. Visited Korikancha, the Temple of the Sun. Then back to the hotel to relax. Seated Dinner at Illary restaurant at Monaserio hotel. Dined with Gary and Rhonda from California. Hotel: Hotel Monasterio (an amazing old Monastery converted into a hotel) $1 ...
... t get off the island, I would be forced to stay and do my dive master training, although that thought is still with me so I may have to return! I left a lot of friends there and the choice to return one day would not be a tough one! A few friends I took with me though, and we proceeded to cross paths along the road through Central America, with lots of fun had! I continued travelling for the next 6 weeks with jess, yet another Aussie as we headed through Nicaragua, Costa ...
... not the only Gringos to get off the same bus. We were paired with an Italian guy, Marco, and a French couple with there three young children. For 15 soles a head we were driven, quite erratically, up narrow mountain paths to the Hydroelectric plant. From here, we walked with Marco along the railway line to Aguascalientes. The two and a half hour trek was good for us to get to know Marco. He is currently living in Dublin and this trip was only a month for him to ...