La Quinta Eco Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... taught us a new card game (Nervioso)
Day 3 - Zip Lines (much fun), canopy walk and 3 hour hike to Aguas Calientes along the rail road tracks.
Day 4 - Early morning start (4:30 am) to hike up to Machu Picchu and then on to the top of Machu Picchu Mountain (pretty grueling). This was incredibly beautify and incredibly tiring. Caught train back to Cusco from Aguas Calientes
... how important this woman must of been and it's believed she was a religious woman, similar to a nun. Her significance was highlighted by the fact she was entombed under the Incas most important shrine, The Temple of the Sun, by the stairs into the tomb and the adornments found inside the tomb were also significant to her status. We moved onto the Kings residence where he had his own shower room. Some believe it was a toilet but Jose doesn't believe ...
... hotel. An altogether incredibly wonderful and fulfilling long day that was most definitely a highlight of life let alone the trip so far. Despite another poor night of sleep we awoke early for the minibus, plane, and 4 hour coach trip back to our ship in San Martin, Peru. It seemed we would have plenty of sleep time to catch up on what we missed the previous two nights. We hadn't counted on being transfixed on the passing moonscape between Lima and San Martin. Near the main ...
... we visit the tiny Inca'n town of Sayaqmarka, which overlooks Qonchamarka and down beyond that downstream along. We carry on our route which is much flatter, and with such stunning views we can hardly complain! We stop for lunch on top of a hill with stunning misty views, where in the distance our guide shows us on which mountain lies Macchu Pichu, as well as Phuyupatamarka, Intipata and Winaywanya. Lunch itself has to be one of the best meals we have had ...
... good English which was great. Being able to understand your guide who is to impart significant amount of information is always good (but not often the case in this type of touristy trips). Mr Jerry does not say much..he just drives. We head towards our first stop which will be Pisaq. it was about an hour from Cuzco. Pisaq is a village where we will visited a local artisan market offering all kinds of goods made by the local peoples. We took the opportunity to walk though ...