Meet friends at this warm and chatty English-style pub decorated with autographed posters, paintings, signs, saddles, and ... More
The Cross Keys
Meet friends at this warm and chatty English-style pub decorated with autographed posters, paintings, signs, saddles, and loads of photographs and postcards. Cut through the smoke and tourists to the good-time bar for an assortment of national and imported spirits. The quintessential Peruvian drink is the Pisco Sour, highlighted here and not to be missed. Food is available and there are televisions with cable broadcasts of futbol (soccer). There is a pool table on the second floor. The good news is there are two Happy Hours; the bad news is you better guzzle your brews from 6p-7:30p and 9p to 9:30p.
Without a doubt the best bar in the whole world. I spent 4 hours in this bar sat at picnio tables and had coversation with a person from EVERY contenent. (except Antartica) Everyone spoke perfect English and we all felt we had know each other for years. One guy from Scottland spent 45 min's explaining the game of Cricket to me. Try the Curry Chicken I had 3 servings. I can't wait to go back. See you there, and if you sit there long enough you will see the world walk through it's doors.
Situated in the Peruvian Andes, Cusco (sometimes referred to as Cuzco) developed, under the Inca ruler Pachacutec, into a complex
urban centre with distinct religious and administrative functions. It was surrounded by clearly delineated areas for agricultural, artisan and ...
One of the most imposing buildings in the city, the cathedral is among the first built in the Americas (preceded
only by the cathedrals of Mexico and Lima). La Catedral was built upon the palace of Inca Viracocha and ...
We are located in the Historic Center of Cusco, 4 blocks to Main Square, 2 blocks from the Train Station
to Machupikchu and only 10 minutes from the international airport.Our rooms have private bathrooms, telephones, TV.Cable ( Most of ...