Travel Guide to Peru´s Machu Picchu With a population of less than 2000, tourism is the driving for the economy in Aguas Calientes. To meet the demands of practically every traveler that visits the ancient ruins of Machu Picchu.
When I ask our host, general manager of Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel, Angie Clavijo, what she likes to do when she´s at home in Lima, she casually responds: “ I like to go out and eat".
We disembarked at the adorable Aguas Calientes rail station and headed straight to Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel a luxurious gem nestled at the edge of the rustic, little town.
Later, we are given a cooking demonstration where one of the chefs shows us how to make ceviche and one of the bartenders shows us how to make a pisco
With a bar serving excellent Pisco Sours, and with complimentary afternoon tea, it offers a great opportunity to unwind near the historic sites of the
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