Casa Rodas II

Address: calle Tarapaca 250, Lima, 18, Peru | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the Miraflores area of Lima, is near Miraflores, Huaca Pucllana (Juliana), Bike Tours of Lima, and Sala Museo Oro del Peru.
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Lima day 4

A travel blog entry by arlinandliz on Mar 19, 2015

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Well rested after our day off we decided to explore the southern district of Lima called Barranco. It meant taking the Metro bus again but now we're quite expert at it; as crowded as the first time we took it but the crowds thinned a little as we got closer to our stop.

Barranco is the Bohemian district and as we got off the bus we wondered whether we should have come because it seemed a little grungy! However, we persisted and in a few minutes we were in ...

Welcome to Lima, take 2

A travel blog entry by robin_frank on Mar 04, 2015

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... ceremonial and administrative center for the advancement of the Lima Culture, a society which developed in the Peruvian Central Coast between the years of 200 AD and 700 AD. With the intended purpose of having the elite clergymen (who politically governed several valleys in the area) express their complete religious power and ability to control the use of all the natural water resources (saltwater and freshwater) of the zone, a Great Pyramid was constructed in ...

Metamorphosis of the gods

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Dec 07, 2014

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... It is not at all certain that we will successfully pass through this eye of the needle, this planetary ego death. For the foreseeable future, we seem to be living in an era of high drama. We seem to be engaged now in a kind of race, as H. G. Wells said, between education and catastrophe, but which I would describe as a race between initiation and catastrophe.

Jung once said that "if the encounter with the shadow is the 'apprentice-­piece' of psychological ...

Last day on our own!!

A travel blog entry by micknmila on Oct 06, 2014

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... in tonight around 7 pm (poor things will be soooo knackered with jet lag) there was nothing planned for today as a group and so we, effectively, have this one last day to ourselves. The tour activities begin tomorrow. So, mid afternoon, we took a taxi to the Larco Museum. You don't just jump in the cab when it pulls up, like back home. You have to tell the driver the destination and wait for him to give you a price. Only when you're happy he's ...

Pyramids at Pachacamac

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on May 10, 2014

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... n River. Most of the common buildings and temples were built c. 1450-800 AD, shortly before the arrival and conquest by the Inca Empire.

Looking around us, we saw that we were practically in the desert. There was only miles of sand and no plants or trees growing. Several of the ancient pyramids had been revealed in the archaeological dig; they were built of adobe bricks and were not true pyramids in the sense that ...