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Plazoleta Santo Domingo 259, Cusco, Peru
Calle Palacio 136, Cusco, Peru
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San Augustin 239, Cusco, Peru
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... , one of the reasons I have decided I need to go travelling and head south to Argentina and the sun. The rainy season in Cusco doesnīt usually start until mid or late November and its October, but for the last few weeks it really has been like being ...
... to take me 5 years to make my way around South America! I realised that in all this time I haven't said any thing about Cusco apart from all the festivals. I have to admit, itīs really a great place and has a great feel to it, really safe ...
... put you on the TRAIN. Back to Ollyuntumbo and on the bikes again for a fast ride through the mountains and back to Cusco - finally arriving after dark. I promise to update with photo's of Macchu Picchu, but I have attached a few from my pocket ...
... it has a computer and internet. The great thing about the lounge which houses the PC is the fantastic panoramic view of Cusco at night - it`s amazing, with twinkly lights lighting up the surrounding hillls that overlook the city. Weds 15th Sept San Blas ...
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Av. Pachacutec - Wanchaq Train Station, Cusco, Peru
The Hiram Bingham train is the most luxurious way to journey between Cusco and Machu Picchu. For many visitors a trip to Machu Picchu is a once in a lifetime experience. The Hiram Bingham assures a magical journey never to be forgotten. The luxury train offers a bar car and open observation car allowing you to enjoy the best of the beautiful natural surroundings.
Koricancha, Cusco, Peru
This 17th-century church is located on the site of Koricancha (The Temple of the Sun), the major Inca temple of Cusco whose walls in Inca times were lined with nearly 700 solid-gold sheets weighing more than four pounds a piece.
Plaza de las Nazarenas Cusco, Peru
2400 msnm (Machu Picchu), Provincia de Urubamba Cusco, Peru