B&B Del Tigre Lima

Address: MzQ3 Lt21 Urb. Los Naranjos, Lima, MzQ3, Peru | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Lima Norte area of Lima, is near Masada, Grotto of the Annunciation, Crusader Fortress, and Megiddo.
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Dust storm

A travel blog entry by stephenswan on Sep 24, 2014

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... storm. Quite a bizarre experience. By the time we did our transfer to the coach station for our trip back to Lima, our clothes, hair and bags were encrusted with a fine dust. 30 miles up the road we emerged back into sunshine. Now had our last night in Lima and just a few hours before we start our trip home. See you all soon. Stephen & ...

Camille Schaeffer and Family RIP

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Aug 11, 2014

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... I was at first the only guest but soon I was joined by Ann Marie from Durban, whom I had met in Tana.


Camille and I immediately hit it off. He was also a diabetic, but suffered from type one and his other love in life was wine. He had shipped his entire cellar from Alsace to Diego Suarez and was in the process of drinking all of it with Amelie. He was intrigued I had given up ...

Lima

A travel blog entry by moleandplace on Aug 06, 2014

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... the old town have spend a couple of hours looking around. The taxi trip was said to be 20 minutes each way. Well, the traffic was unbelievable. After over an hour we were still stuck in traffic and we had no idea how much longer it would take to get to the old town as our driver did not speak any English and our Spanish is non existence. Fortunately, we arranged the taxi through the shuttle bus guide and he phoned the taxi driver a couple of times to check ...

A city with Little to it.

A travel blog entry by maximiliancs on Jun 17, 2014

We left Huaca mid morning to catch our short bus up to the capital Lima. In the normal South American fashion there was some sort of drama and we eventually got on a bus about an hour and a half later than we provisionally planned.

We stayed in the 1990 Hostel in the nicer older part of town, near to the main square and nice restaurants. It was a lovely spacious hostel with a nice bar and balcony looking out across at the Art museum. We knew Lima wasnt going to be ...

Five days of zen

A travel blog entry by ingunnaronsen on Feb 09, 2014

When we arrived, the place was bustling with people. We were suprised to find a small tienda inside the Eco Truly area, and a restaurant serving food. Lining the beach were tents selling beer, and booths selling souvenirs to the masses of the people who, I assume, came from Lima. The next day the beach was deserted.

For five days we lived in domes of clay, started our mornings with a good hour of yoga, worked in the kitchen ...