Hotel Emilio

Av. Jose Galvez s/n, Barranca, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Barranca

Discovery of the mother city

A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Feb 14, 2014

1 comment, 32 photos

... Barranca, it is a windy road and the week previous a local bus had plummeted off the cliff killing 35. Bus travel in Peru definitely has it's risks, drivers are not always sober, think they are rally drivers, and can fall asleep as they do super long journeys without a second driver. The buses are not always in the best of condition to say the least. That is why it is advisable to to pay the extra for a safer tourist bus, but none of them go from Barranca to Huaraz. Why ...

Tour two ends... Drinking and dancing in Barranco

A travel blog entry by jaynetremlett on Dec 26, 2013

1 comment, 19 photos

... and headed in to central Lima for a final spot of sightseeing. Enjoyed the beautiful architecture of Plaza Mayor and took a tour of the church and convent San Francisco... Visited the catacombs and saw a painting of the last supper with tells is that in fact Jesus ate Guinea Pig! This evening I met up with Migue from couchsurfing who took me out drinking and dancing in Barranco for a few hours. Lovely man, a good first experience from couchsurfing ...

Playing tourism

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Nov 11, 2013

1 comment, 36 photos

... road we encountered this super sketchy looking guy, who had a monkey dressed up like Santa clause. Mono, cinco soles! I get to hold a monkey for the equivalent of $1.50? Done. This thing probably had rabies but it was the coolest thing ever. Lima is beautiful, it is really modern in parts but parts are really old and pretty. We went out for dinner back at the Larcomar at a new restaurant which was nice, then went ...

Long Drive to Lima

A travel blog entry by burkley on Oct 03, 2013

12 photos

... show. It plays visual dancers to various world dances and is quite well done. On the other side of the road the fountains continue and the pyramid and colour fountain are quite cool.

For dinner we went back into the city and behind the main square found a restaurant offering us two courses and a Pisco sour (Peruvian cocktail) for the equivalent $10 AUD. The food was amazing and everyone was very ...

Not a very 'peruvian' city

A travel blog entry by james.beddows on Aug 01, 2013

11 photos

... could see lots of surfers in the sea but it didnt look very appealing as in the winter lima is covered by a permanent grey, cloudy sky and and its also pretty chilly. We took a taxi across the city to the main historic centre to Plaza Mayor which was surrounded by impressive buildings like the Palacio de Gobierno-the presidential place and the cities cathedral. All aroun were police and guards with big guns and protective sheilds but they seemed pretty friendly and were happy ...