Roca Fuerte Sacred Valley Hotel

Address: Calle Roca Fuerte 245, Urubamba, Sacred Valley, Peru | Inn
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This inn, located on Calle Roca Fuerte 245, Urubamba, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Urubamba

In search of Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Nov 18, 2014

57 photos

... Picchu, and continued to Wiñay Wayna. This site was truly astounding. It comprised an upper temple built from large stones set without mortar, from which retracing and pathways led down the hill to a maze of houses and enclosures. The terracing looked like some enormous amphitheatre, though bio-archaeological analysis suggests they were all used for farming a massive array of crops, including forty types of potatoes and twenty types of corn. We were camping for the night close ...

Leaving Boston for Peru. Lima

A travel blog entry by handh on Nov 05, 2014

180 photos

... by the Larco museum in Lima but we missed the crowds and enjoyed an exclusive view of these advanced artefacts of culture from 2500 BC - 1600 AD. Next we stumbled into a restaurant "The Fallen Angel" - a place not to be missed with opulent adornment and chic decor. I counted 12 glitter balls and our seat was a brass bedstead with 20 heart shaped cushions in front of a glass top table below which was a bath containing goldfish. After a couple of Pisco, a siesta and a little ...

Machu Picchu / Aguas Calientes, Peru

A travel blog entry by slaw on Oct 31, 2014

72 photos

... were awoken by Maruja with coca tea at our tents and then had a lovely breakfast made by the family. At 7am Rox showed up with the other two members of our trekking group that we hadn't me yet - another couple from England: Simon and Brenda. And then we were on our way to Ollantaytambo for some last minute supplies (including rum) and then to the starting gate at km 82. This is where we met the rest of our trekking team including some of the porters, although not by name. This Wayki ...


A travel blog entry by lizzie.hunscott on Sep 27, 2014

3 comments, 112 photos

I booked the Inca trail back in March, so it is quite surreal to now think that I have completed it! You have to book it that far in advance as they only let 200 people and 300 porters a day enter the national park.
As part of the trail i was staying in a hotel the night before, so I checked in there at 1pm and then had a few hours sleep as the night before I had been up all night being sick (maybe altitude sickness). We then had a briefing at 5, where I ...

Jungle Trek DAY 4: Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Sep 26, 2014

58 photos

... section of the city has the most important temple, an alter in the middle - where animals would often be sacrificed to appease bad weather, draughts etc or in really desperate times a member of the upper class (poor people wouldn't show enough respect apparently) or potentially a virgin from the masses would be offered - and 1 house for the main priest. Religion was central to the Inca people and although the sun, moon, and animals were all important they only had 1 god. Their god had ...