Often visitors only pass through or possibly spend one night in Cusco on their way to or from Machu Picchu.
This remains one of the great historic cities in Peru. A place for exploring - plazas, cobbled stone streets, restaurants and pubs, busy markets, ongoing preservation projects and a perfect base for venturing out in search of ancient Inca ruins.
Two years ago we were in Cusco and stopped by the Hotel Monestario
Updated 02-26-2014 at 03:08 PM by omegaet
Uncharacteristic of LAN, our 1:00am departure from Miami International aboard #2511 was delayed and then delayed again.
Of course, the complementary Haagen-Das dulce de leche ice cream in the VIP Lounge was an unexpected treat and helped pacify the situation. However the prospects of making our onward connection in Lima to Cuzco seemed greatly diminished at 3:25am, as the B767 climbed through 30,000 feet toward cruising altitude.
Updated 02-08-2014 at 12:23 PM by omegaet
While doing on-line research for our recent trip to Peru, we started reading about the adventure opportunities with Natura Vive:
After visiting their web site, the challenges seemed too intriguing to ignore. Having previously spent time in the Sacred Valley, we really wanted to attempt to climb their via ferrata and descend on their recently completed zip lines.
Over a period of several
Updated 10-22-2010 at 10:09 AM by omegaet
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