Inka Town Hotel

Address: Calle Winaywayna C-12, Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Winaywayna C-12, Aguas Calientes, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes

    LAMA!

    A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Aug 05, 2014

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    ... the area. Ollantayambo was the royal estate of Emperor Pachacuti who conquered the region, built the town and a ceremonial center. At the time of the Spanish conquest of Peru it served as a stronghold for Manco Inca Yupanqui, leader of the Inca resistance. It has quite a few Inca buildings and is one of the most common starting points for Inca Trail. During Incan times, the town was split into different quarters – one for religious buildings and an area ...

    The Inca Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by lct570 on Aug 04, 2014

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    ... a South American Coati! Shortly after the madness we set off into the jungle for the first hike of the day, again the views were really amazing and we followed a part of the original Inca Trail for a while. A lesson in the history of the Incas have us a brief respite before we carried on and on and on in the blazing sun. Just when we started to lag and dream of food, shade and water; we stopped at a tiny place surrounded by trees and chickens. ...

    Keeping mum on the Inca Trail

    A travel blog entry by gaelstigant on Jul 23, 2014

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    ... duffel bags or taking care of the garbage, and they do it with big smiles on their faces. My smile was not so big. Day One is supposed to be one of the easier days yet I was puffing and panting as I lugged my tiny daypack containing little more than a bottle of water and some sun cream. We finally arrived at our camp for the night just before dusk with tired legs and proud faces. Waiting for us was a feast which wouldn't have looked out of place in a fine dining restaurant. Our chef ...

    The Inca trail to Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jul 14, 2014

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    ... There was a rock used for sacrificing animals and the chosen boys or girls would be cleaned and cleansed before continuing on their journey to be offered to the gods. The story is that the chosen children would be cleaned and cleansed, dressed in the finest clothes, then given an alcoholic drink made from corn called chicha, then given coca leaves to chew before being hit on the head and buried or left with a variety of other offerings including various ceramics to appease their ...

    Macchu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by furbymacgregor on Jun 23, 2014

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    We the got the train to Acqua Calientes (literally hot water). The railway we took was built before the second world war with only one purpose--to get people to Macchu Picchu through the steep mountain gorges. Tidy and clearly very new without ...