Casa De Huespedes Porta

Address: Porta 686, Lima, Peru | 2 star hostel
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This 2 star hostel, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Sala Museo Oro del Peru, Presidential Palace (Palacio de Gobierno), Callao, and Pena del Carajo.
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        A travel blog entry by travel_whispers on Oct 31, 2015

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        ... of Lima is quite pretty, and makes for a stark contrast to the shanty towns (or what looks like shanty towns) you see stacked up against the curve of the mountains and hills on the way to the town centre. In the town centre you can, as elsewhere in South America, clearly see the colonial influence again. We were quite a bit later coming back from the tour (compared to advertised), but I assumed this was mainly due to the traffic. I have no idea if ...

        Day 18 - Paracas, Ballestos islands and Ica

        A travel blog entry by bass_alive on Aug 30, 2015

        ... with pecans in). We ate this later on in the car! Yum The drive back seemed longer, perhaps because we (I) was awake for more of it (Charlotte dozed for a lot of the time - as evidenced by the many sleeping photos I got of her). As we'd skipped lunch in Ica (we weren't hungry at the time) we stopped at the same cafe on the way back for a snack - having another coffee and trying some empanadas (beef and ham & cheese) and local quiche (egg and spinach). We then ...

        Terror Tours

        A travel blog entry by gsgladman on Apr 10, 2015

        5 photos

        ... significant town of Ollantaytambo which, according to our itinerary, was our first sight seeing stop. Whizzing through the town without stopping it dawned on us that the driver had amended the schedule so he could have a free breakfast at the roadhouse in place of our exploration of the Inca buildings.

        Stopping briefly for petrol, where the driver and the petrol pump attendant rocked the mini-bus from side to side in order to fill ...

        Metamorphosis of the gods

        A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Dec 07, 2014

        2 photos

        ... believe the two stories actually constitute each other. They underlie and inform each other, make each other possible. One might compare the way these two historical interpretations coalesce, while appearing to exclude each other, to those gestalt-­experiment illustrations that can be perceived in two different, equally cogent ways, such as the precisely ambiguous figure that can be seen either as a white vase or as two black faces in profile. By means of a gestalt switch in ...

        Lima: a city of contrasts

        A travel blog entry by nomesjp on Sep 28, 2014

        6 photos

        ... mini buses. It felt like they were all on the road that night! Some of the road 'rules' became apparent on our journey: don't stop or hesitate, use your horn not your indicator, being bigger does not necessarily give you right of way and don't get angry or frustrated. The combination of all these factors seemed to work on the streets of Lima but we were thankful to have arrived in one piece with most of our (limited) sanity intact.

        We arrived at our ...