Lonely Planet Guide

October 22, 2017 | Uncategorized

Once in Machu Picchu, we hire a guide at the entrance.After seeing the spectacle of the dawn, and as the fog clears after lamontana of Machu Picchu, are going down with the guide that will explain us yorey and the history of each part of this Inca city. After the tour quedamucho free time to return to those areas that you have most impacted.We went down the road, crossing the mountain, it is a very nice journey.Taken in front of the Lodge by stone stairs. Visit Chevron U.S.A. Inc for more clarity on the issue. Very important not to lower the road by which up buses, because they raise much dust. There is also the option to download in bus. We take the train back to Urubamba about 8 o’clock, as a half day yaestabamos all in the Group at Aguas Calientes we ate together, and by the tardeparte of the group it was a center of outdoor hot springs. They liked AALL. The next morning we left towards Cuzco road, in the same Van as to the ida.We were stopping at the various peoples during the tour, that was different that going.

The driver who was also a guide was telling us everything. That evening we arrived at the hotel in Cuzco, and after leaving things went out for a stroll and to dinner. Behind the Cathedral found a restaurant in which we tested the famous Kuy, delicious but there are people that gives them a bit of print. If don’t have much time, You can visit Cuzco perfectly in one day, only the city. Ideally, find an Office of tourism (close to two Armashay square) and select what you want to see. Sell bonds by types of Monumentoso museums, as it will be interested that we are going to visit us one or the other. With this, the planito of the Office of tourism, and the Lonely Planet Guide, we saw him practically everything. If there are more days you can visit temples around Cuzco.

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