Portada del Alva

Torlblo Polo 244, Lima, 18, Peru | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Lima

February 2014

A travel blog entry by passera


... eel, barracudas, diving sea lion. The water is warm almost hot and the visibility varies from 5 to 15m depending on the current. 16:00 Dry landing on Bartolome. Nina and I walk to top and enjoy the panoramic view of the island and bay. The rest of the family stays on the boat. Ioan and Nina have been enjoying driving the zodiac and are getting quite good at it. I'm not sure the rest of the passengers approve though. 18:15 lesson 19:30 dinner 20:15 Briefing Day 14, SANTA FE, ...

Our first destination!!

A travel blog entry by ittakestwo


... Not only did we not understand a word of the menu, the cocktail we ordered was like cold fishy sick in a bowl, and the other dish Rick described as the taste you have the morning after eating a kebab... So our first inroduction to Peruvian food wasnt a success.

Feeling sorry for ourselves after paying s/80 eighty soles (still only 17 squid but hey were on a budget) and still hungry, we stoped at a garage and grabbed some ice creams and ...

Much better!

A travel blog entry by pkgregoire

... be coming soon. I found out through him that the park we were at was a cat park and that it started by people just leaving their cats there and then eventually the city made it a cat park and now people feed them and give them water. Also, they have an adoption program there so anyone can take a cat if they want. And if i understood correctly they spay them too. Paul came back and kept talking to the guy and eventually we left for bed as the guy wasn't planning on leaving us ...

Lima - Cat Park

A travel blog entry by jackiesoftly


Kennedy Park is one of the most popular parks in Miraflores, an upmarket district of Lima. There are many parks in the city, but what sets this one apart is that it is also known as the Cat Park. During daylight hours, there are just a few cats to be seen, though a number will be found sleeping in the trees; just look up and you'll spot them. As afternoon turns to evening, more cats turn up to join ...

Back in Lima

A travel blog entry by couillard


... church we saw was "Iglesias de la Merced" Built in 1541 and held the first mass in Lima. Plaza de Armas is surrounded by canary yellow buildings that served as a market and execution site for the condemned. Then "la Catedral de Lima" and next to it the "Palacios Arzobispal" which is the Archbishops Palace which has the cities best preserved ornate Moorish balconies. Stunning wood work and perfectly designed for people watching. Changing of the ...


This B&B, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Miraflores, Huaca Pucllana (Juliana), El Parque del Amor, and Puente de Piedra.
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