Andina Luxury

Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes


A travel blog entry by lok


Thu (9/19)

The train took us to Aguas Calientes (or, Machu Picchu town) at mid morning. We dropped off our bags and headed to the Machu Picchu …

Inca Trail

A travel blog entry by fionamary


On the first day of our Inka Trail we left Ollantaytambo at 8.30am and started the trek at 2700m altitude, everyone in the group was thankfully feeling fine. We couldn't believe the size of the bags that our 22 porters carried - they were huge! Victor informed us that they are not allowed to carry more than 25kg (my backpack I've been travelling with weighs 21kg, the day pack I was carrying for the Inka trail weighed about 4.5kg). It was a very hot sunny day, the views from the ...

We are going to have to run for it...again

A travel blog entry by deborah1212


... pineapple orange helps quench a killer thirst. We depart down the aptly named Via Purgatorio, after all it is on one hell of a hill. Next to lunch, still with time to kill. Then hop in a cab to the bus station, wait until our bus is boarding and just three passengers and driver set off for the town on Ollantaytambo. Security for the bus is impressive- as well as bag checks and metal detector, we are photographed and the driver is both breath tested and videod ...

Sexy Llamas & The Inca Trail

A travel blog entry by beardandblonde


Blonde Depleted of strength and energy, we wolfed down our Big Macs and contemplated ambling down to the hostel. Collapsed in McDonalds we reflected upon the past four days; trekking, camping and 3am wake ups, support and reassurance from new friends and a glimpse into the lives of the incas as we tread their ancient pilgrimage. Machu Picchu, the grand finale, was riddled with tourists who'd reached the fortress by bus as the Trekkers puffed and panted from the Sun ...

Machu Picchu, Baby!

A travel blog entry by chris_farr


... terrace areas where Justino began the tour. Justino talked us through Machu Picchu city, it's history, orientation, "discovery" and architecture. One of the most fascinating points he said was around its location. Not only is it situated at the meeting point of two valleys with good visibility of impending attacks, but it was perfectly orientated to the point of a compass. When standing in the Principal Temple the sun gate was due east, with the two glaciers which would have ...

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This hotel, located in Aguas Calientes, is near Temple of Ollantaytambo, Gate of the Sun (Intipuncu), Intihuatana Stone, and Moon Temple.
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