Start a new Travel Blog! Blogabond Home Maps People Photos My Stuff

Back to Cuzco

Cuzco, Peru

I am out of the jungle and staying at the Frankenstein Hostel. I returned to Cuzco after an 8 hour motorized canoe ride and an 8 hour bus ride. Cuzco is very nice, but a little bit chilly during the night.

I have been to the cathedral and the Inca Museum.

The Cathedral dominates the north-east side of the Plaza de Armas and sits squarely on the foundations of the Inca Viracocha's palace. The Cathedral was begun in 1550 and completed nearly 100 years later, constructed in the shape of a Latin cross.

Yesterday we went to the Sacsayhuaman ruins (right outside of Cuzco) and rode horses!! It was fun.

Sacsayhuaman- ruins of a magnificent Inca fortress overlooking the city of Cusco. The fortress is generally attributed to the period of Inca Pachacuti, the man who essentially founded the Inca empire.

permalink written by  christyle612 on August 7, 2008 from Cuzco, Peru
from the travel blog: Viva los Peruvanos
Send a Compliment

comment on this...
Previous: Madre de Dios River to Manu National Park Next: to Machu Picchu

trip feed
author feed
trip kml
author kml


Blogabond v2.40.58.80 © 2022 Expat Software Consulting Services about : press : rss : privacy
View as Map View as Satellite Imagery View as Map with Satellite Imagery Show/Hide Info Labels Zoom Out Zoom In Zoom Out Zoom In
find city: