Hostal La Payacha

Address: Av. Imperio de los Incas #39, Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley, Peru | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on Av. Imperio de los Incas #39, Machu Picchu, is near Temple of Ollantaytambo, Gate of the Sun (Intipuncu), Intihuatana Stone, and Moon Temple.
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Travel Blogs from Machu Picchu

Cusco and Lares Trek with G Adventures

A travel blog entry by ludders on Sep 07, 2014

7 comments, 31 photos

... Ollyantaytambo which is a town in the Sacred Valley where there are more Incan ruins; we walked to the top of these and again took in the views back to the town. It was stunning and we were there at sunset too which topped off the day, which we ended eating in a local restaurant and sleeping peacefully in our final hotel before the camping started. The next morning Susan and I met up with the people also doing the Lares Trek who we hadn't yet joined. We drove to Lares ...

20kms later.......Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by sue.tonytravels on Sep 04, 2014

24 photos

... and then started towards our first target, Wiñay Wayna (Quechua for 'forever young') Wiñay Wayna is a large site on the mountainside that was terraced by the Incas for growing food and has two levels with 30 plus terraces connected by a cascade of 15 baths.

As we started up hill I asked the guide to give me an idea of what to expect of the hike up to Wiñay Wayna and he described it as '4 hours uphill, 1 and a half hours easy, and the rest is hard'. Already ...

Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by kscullion291 on Aug 31, 2014

... to another historical ruin in the Sacred Valley. This one was more important for the astronomers and we could see storage houses they built into the side of one of the steep mountains beside the village. They also carved faces of the sun and moon God into the mountain which was still in good condition today. It was amazing how they positioned them to be perfectly in like for he summer and winter solstice (and ...

Amery’s Travels from Machu Picchu, Peru.

A travel blog entry by amery on Aug 23, 2014

4 comments, 20 photos

... it’s discovery, I dreamed of visiting one day, while knowing that it was most unlikely I ever would.

From down in the valley below, the bus laboured for half an hour up the rough and zig-zagging mountain road, with an ever increasing view of magnificent jungle covered peaks around us until we reached the citadel on top of the mountain.

We walked with our guide to the famous ...

Climbing Wayna Picchu

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Jul 22, 2014

68 photos

... mountains, found out that the Inca’s knew the world was round and found out a lot more about their culture. We saw their spectacular terraces which are so steep and impressive. We saw their amazing ability to put large stones together into perfect walls that are earthquake resistant. They still don’t know how the Inca’s did it, our guide thought aliens… Another example of their amazing building was ...