Aquisito Bed and Breakfast

Avenida Centenario # 114, Lima, 02, Peru | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Working in a huaca in Lima

A travel blog entry by franmullineux


... of Spanish colonial style buildings in big open plazas and parks. I can't think of a city that I've seen before that's quite so elegant, particularly as Lima's position means that it has palm trees in the centre to add to its beauty too. Sunday was also Mother's Day (in every country apart from the UK it would appear) so when I got back to Maritza's, two of her three sones were there, along with their partners and even her granddaughter! It was a real party but they made me feel ...

Exploring Lima

A travel blog entry by aussieitchyfeet


... and the view.
Tonight we are dining at Pescados Capitales, one of several recommended seafood restaurants. It has been difficult choosing where to eat, as Lima is known as a 'foodie' destination - however so far we do not feel we have wasted any opportunity!
P.S. Pescados Capitales was wonderful; if you are in Lima and like seafood - it will be a highlight. Their menu is themed humorously around 'sin' - but the way my swordfish was cooked was divine.


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie


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Despite the windowless room, chose to stay in Hostal Roma, as it had nice staff, some colonial character and got a fair price, 35s a night.

The tourist office here were as useless as ever – easier to do my own online research.

What struck me about Lima are the gorgeous, intricate, massive wooden screened off balconies the biggest and best I’ve seen so far.

Dropped into a place for lunch that had the most ...

Much better!

A travel blog entry by pkgregoire

... available we had decided to take whatever he gave us but thankfully it was half the price of the first one. This cabby was very nice too. The taxi took us to this much bigger park, where they have lots of fountains and a laser light show in the evenings. There were 13 fountains in total and all were very nice. The light show was at the 2nd fountain and basically we watched a movie on the water that was spraying up with the lasers. It was so cool how depending on which ...

Them Bones, Them Bones, Them Dry Bones!

A travel blog entry by davidbaker


... the churches based upon the number of body parts one could see inside. The first church was exceedingly boney. St Francis' is a monastery and a church. For a pittance of an entrance fee we got a guided tour of the place, getting to see one of the oldest churches in South America, built when the Spanish first arrived in Peru in the 15th Century. The tour round the church and the monastery was undoubtedly interesting and featured yet another Last Supper with guinea pig ...

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