Taking the Family to Cusco’s Machu Picchu Museum

Cusco is known as the gateway to Machu Picchu. Therefore, it is no surprise that it has an excellent museum containing the world’s largest collection of Machu Picchu artifacts. The Machu Picchu Museum at Casa Concha features a diorama of the ruins, videos, and Incan artifacts found during the restoration and building of Casa Concha…. Read More

Family Fun at Cusco’s ChocoMuseo

Most of us associated fine chocolates with Belgium and Switzerland. But as we found out on our last trip to South America, Peru has become a serious contender in the world of chocolates with cacao beans that are turned into artisanal delicacies. Located just two blocks from the central Plaza de Armas in Cusco, the… Read More

Exploring Peru’s Machu Picchu with Family

  Machu Picchu is a well known UNESCO World Heritage Site in Peru, voted as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in 2007. This archaeological site is a must see for anyone visiting Peru. It is a fascinating piece of history for any traveling family to explore. History Originally, history books stated… Read More

A Memorable Stay at the JW Marriott Cusco Peru

Since 1984 when the first JW Marriott opened, the brand has been known for its service quality, exquisite dining and lodging excellence in many countries all over the world. In 2012, the chain opened yet another luxurious property in Esquina de la Calle Ruinas y San Agustin Cusco, Peru. Over 11,000 feet above sea level, it… Read More

The Family-Friendly Hilton Lima

The Lima Hilton is located in the upscale neighborhood of Miraflores on Avenida La Paz 1099, one of the city’s  gastronomic multiple boulevards.The modern high-rise, eleven miles from the international airport is close by to the beachfront and the Larcomar entertainment Mall in an area filled with restaurants, stores, and public parks kids can play… Read More

Lima’s Magic Water Circuit

Lima’s Magic Water Circuit, located in the Parque de la Reserva, a historic 19-acre city park is registered as the world’s largest water fountain complex in the Guinness Book of World Records. The interactive aspect of the park’s fountains provides hours of fun for kids and many adults while its exposition tunnel murals teach visitors about Lima’s water… Read More

Q&A with Gisela Sedlmayer author of ‘Talon’

      What made you choose a special needs person as the main character in your story? I love birds, so I wanted to write a story about a girl who flies with birds. However, the girl had to be small enough to fly, so she had to be a special needs girl.We adopted… Read More

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