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TravelPod Member ReviewsWiracocha Inn Aguas Calientes
The room is beautiful, it's a corner room on the 2nd floor with a beautiful view of the roaring river out two extra large windows.
Breakfast is the usual--bread, butter, jam, fresh juice, eggs, coffee, tea, banana.
The owner is so nice, he just couldn't be nicer.
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... our bread and try to wake up. Whilst Colm was occupied, I went in search for my phone in the day bag and could not find it. I decided to wait until Colm came back to enquire where my phone was, since he had packed it. Well let's just say this was where the debatacle started. Colm swore blind that I did not give him it whereas I was 100% sure I did. This was because I handed it to him (after messaging my mother) and he handed me the tablet to lock away. After five minutes of ...
... headed to one of the quiet elevated terraces that Savi recommended to relax and take some final photos. By this time the sun was out and the ruins looked absolutely incredible. It was a view we will never forget. After many switchbacks on the bus back into Aguas Calientes, we met up with the rest of the gang in a restaurant for our last meal together. Pisco sours all around to celebrate the end of our adventure! Chris (American) ordered a roast guinea pig which came out ...
... quite quickly, sadly the weather was still against us so we were waiting for the occasional wind blast to clear the cloud/mist in front of Machu picchu. After about an hour of enjoying being in the clouds we headed down and the climbed the much smaller Huchuy picchu, by then the weather had cleared, we were away from the tourists, and being closer to Machu picchu gave an incredible ...
... Urubamba to the town of Aguas Calientes, known for its natural hot springs. My family and I will stay here for the night and return to Cusco tomorrow. I think we're going to go to a traditional style Peruvian restaurant, for which I'm excited. I actually want to try eating cuy, or roasted guinea pig, which is a traditional dish. I might feel bad about it though, guinea pigs are pretty cute animals. Tomorrow morning, we'll take a bus very ...