Let me tell you about a small town my heart found so pleasant…
Nestled over 11,000 feet above sea level, Cusco sits among various Andean mountain ranges. Once the head of the Incan empire– the largest empire in pre-Columbian America– Cusco boasts a blend of Incan and colonial Spanish architecture. Red-tiled roofs characterize the town, as do narrow, cobblestone streets, where adventure awaits down every lane.
We are walking around, taking note of the sights and the sounds. Artists humbly carry their art for a glance at no costs. Friendly dogs share the road with pedestrians and locals share their smiles, “Welcome to Cusco.”