Hostal Las Camelias

Address: Montero Rosas 976, Miraflores, Lima, Peru | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Lima Central area of Lima, is near Shopping Center Larcomar (Centro Comercial Larcomar), Colonial City (Old City), Parque Reserva, and Playa Pulpos.
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    Travel Blogs from Lima

    Learning in Lima

    A travel blog entry by amazingrace2015 on Jun 07, 2015

    7 photos

    ... when it was done we added the goat to the pot and waited for the stew to cook. After hours of waiting our stew was ready. We set the table and us and the family all sat down to enjoy our meal. The stew was nothing we have every tasted before, the meat fell apart in your mouth and the flavors were so unique it was to die for. After we ate many helpings of the stew, we helped the family cleanup, and collected our things and set back on our journey to the hotel. ...

    Our day in Lima

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Mar 19, 2015

    4 photos

    ... park in Miraflores, which turned out to be John F Kennedy parque. A nice shaded area with places to sit back and enjoy the city with a statue of the man himself. But we needed to make our way to the Peru Hop office and sort the tab out for the trip tomorrow, so we head down and are greeted by the owner/founder Will. Sort the bill out, have a chat about the trip and head off. It's now time for lunch so we search for the closest Wong's and go take advantage of the salad bar ...

    The road to Cusco

    A travel blog entry by getcracken on Nov 11, 2014

    3 comments, 30 photos

    It took me about a good 17 hours of traveling to get from San Fran down into Lima, the capital of Peru. My prebooked shuttle was there waiting for me as planned and although he never spoke any English and I don't speak any Spanish, we managed to communicate in the car, while he taught me some basic Spanish words on route. A little apprehensive and excited I went to meet my group later in the evening, they will be my traveling companions for the next 3 weeks. The group is ...


    A travel blog entry by lgrove32 on Oct 16, 2014

    ... San Ysidro area. Everyone in Peru drives insanely and yet I have seen no accidents - I can’t explain it!

    I arrived at my hotel, which was more like an apartment rental and took a nap - I was just too tired and didn’t want to wander around and be miserable from exhaustion. This part of my trip (though I never admitted it to my family) caused me some concern. I was traveling alone in a big city that I knew was dangerous. But I always do what I want to do, ...

    Understanding the Human Brain, Part 2

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Oct 04, 2014

    5 photos

    ... out, or unfolded) in the left, and then the whole utterance needs to be 'returned' to the right hemisphere, where it is reintegrated with all that is implicit - tone, irony, metaphor, humour, and so on, as well as a feel of the context in which the utterance is to be understood. To achieve meaning in the world requires what linguists call the business of pragmatics, which comes from the right hemisphere. If I say 'it is hot in here', your ...