Hostal Sol de Oro

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

The Lares Trek

A travel blog entry by coco89 on Jul 19, 2014

We had to be ready as early as 7 to get picked up at our hostel. So all the packing had to be done the day before. So once again the question had been what do we need. It is dry season but is has rained before. The weather is said to be unpredictable but we will most definitely need shorts and a T-shirts as it is expected to be very hot at Machu Picchu. At the same time the nights camping at almost 4000 m are going to be cold. So basically you need to bring ...

Lomax Explorers

A travel blog entry by thelomaxfamily on Jul 19, 2014

1 comment

... far more chilled with Jemima and Ollie having a massage in the spa! Whilst Ollie and Sally stayed in the hotel and watched Modern Family, Jemima and David went back into Machu Picchu to get one more look. Here we found a spot where nobody else was, and we sat just admiring the view- we honestly did not want to leave as this view is like nothing we have ever seen! After the massages, it began to rain, and so we headed out to the hot tub, and had a nice, warm ...

The Inca trail to Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jul 14, 2014

58 photos

I will start with some background information: Machu Picchu was discovered by a man named Hiram Bingham in the 1910s. He was looking for the lost city of the Incas when he met a small boy who led him to Machu Picchu (there were some families living in part of it at the time). Once it was discovered it was cleared by setting it on fire to uncover the treasures below. Once a good section was uncovered he discovered the Inca trail to Cusco, passing many other important Incan sites along ...

The Inca Trail, Machupicchu and Cusco

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Jul 07, 2014

2 comments, 47 photos

... been served throughout the trek have been gourmet and we are not sure how we will go back to backpacker meals after this. And to show his final amazing skills of cooking in a campsite we were served a cake with 'Feliz Viaje' (Happy Travels) written on it, amazing! Tonight is also the night to say farewell to our porters and show our thanks with a tip, Lauren gave a speech and we handed over some cash and said farewell to all of them. Tipping is hard and we all hoped we had ...

Salkantay and Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Jul 07, 2014

99 photos

... enjoyable walk, through thick jungle, with glimpses of Inca ruins on the mountains above us, including very vague glimpses of Machu Picchu. Aguas Calientes is the town from which almost all tourist either do the morning hike up the steep stairs to MP or take the bus. Up for any challenge, the three of us chose another 3:30am wake up call to climb the stairs and arrive at MP at sunrise. Why not, right? You didn't see Incas taking the bus up the mountain 600 years ago, so why ...