Hello everyone, hopefully you enjoyed my friend Lyle’s first post about some things I missed on my trip to Machu Picchu. Here’s part II, and be sure to check out Lyle’s B&B if you’re ever in the area! Take it away Lyle!
One of the most helpful commenters at Andy’s Travel Blog drops by for a guest post about all the things I should’ve done on my trip to Machu Picchu!
Part I: Getting There Part II: Cuzco to Machu Picchu Part III: Approaching Machu Picchu via Train Part IV: How to Buy Tickets for Machu Picchu and How I Almost Screwed It All Up Part V: Machu Picchu in Pictures Part VI: Wrapping up the trip in Cuzco We arrived back in Cuzco and checked into our hotel, the Torre Dorrada. It’s in an apartment building on the outskirts of Cuzco,which sounds way worse than it is. It was a great value and got high reviews on TripAdvisor so we went with it. It’s set pretty far away from the Plaza de Armas but they have a complimentary shuttle to take you into el centro whenever you’d like, included in your fare (they pick you up at a main bus stop, all you have to do is give them a call, or have your waiter/shopkeep call them, and they’re there in 10 minutes). This is going to be a pretty picture-intensive post, as I already covered a lot of Cuzco in my previous post on it. We did explore more this time, lots of hills to climb and kilometers to walk. Then we had some more local coffee to sample at that same Starbucks. We then went up to a cathedral in the hills, stopping along the way for pictures. At the top of the hill was the cathedral, which sported a few men playing Incan music and some amazing views of Cuzco. After spending time up there, we wanted… read more
It’s time. My report from the citadel at Machu Picchu.