Hostal Sol de Oro

Address: Calle Chaska T'ika C-7 Urb. Las Orquideas, Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Calle Chaska T'ika C-7 Urb. Las Orquideas, Aguas Calientes, is near Temple of Ollantaytambo, Gate of the Sun (Intipuncu), Intihuatana Stone, and Moon Temple.
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Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes

LAMA!

A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Aug 05, 2014

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... fruity Inca Beer. The taste was interesting… it kind of tasted like the water you have boiled your corn in but a little bit fizzy. It wasn’t horrible but I don’t think it is something I would be consuming on a regular basis. That said it was a little bit refreshing and I can see how it would be a welcome refreshment. Our final stop before we got to the stop for the train that would take us to Aguas Calientes was Ollantayambo and the Incan ruins ...

The Inca Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by lct570 on Aug 04, 2014

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... it took the wind out of our sails a bit having completed a tasking hike to be faced with rooms which were exposed to the elements and more importantly Mosquitos. We managed to get the door and 'window' patched up enough to give the illusion of safety, however we were so knackered that we both slept like logs. The next day began early as we had breakfast and a quick lesson on the goods the family produce on their land, we even saw the family pets ...

July 29 - Machu Picchu!!

A travel blog entry by robinturner on Jul 29, 2014

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... into the train so there was not much of a view going back. The train itself was older than the first and was nice, but rocked quite a bit. Then it was back on the bus, this time taking 2 hours as there was a lot of bus traffic returning to Cusco and no passing possible on the winding road. In the dark, it was less scary. Also, I was pretty tired and dozed a bit.

We finally got back from our trip at 11:00. What a long and amazing ...

Keeping mum on the Inca Trail

A travel blog entry by gaelstigant on Jul 23, 2014

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... Oh, how wrong I was. Our tour guide, Daybi, led our 15-strong group from the start point, along the moody-looking river and up into the Andes. Then within 15 minutes, our group of 21 porters legged it past us carrying 20-kilo bags which were almost as big as they were. Our youngest porter was 21 and the oldest was 53 - but we were told of one porter who works for our tour company and is in his 70s. These men do an incredible job: each has his own duty to perform, whether it's ...

The Inca trail to Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jul 14, 2014

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... from other groups. The guide told us to say 'ollyanchu'. Its a sort of 'how are you?' in Quechuan. So we started saying this to the chaski's as they passed and every one of them smiled or laughed before responding with 'allyanchi'. One older one even shook his finger at us and said 'somebody taught you that' in perfect English. It was fun. When our group arrived we went up the stairs to the ruins of another religious point. Here the water was only used for drinking and cleansing ...