Hostal Turistico Eiffel

Address: Juan Fanning 550, Miraflores, Lima, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Presidential Palace (Palacio de Gobierno), Callao, Rio Rimac, and Puente Villena (El Paraiso de los Suicidas).
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Understanding the Human Brain, Part 2

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Oct 04, 2014

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... and in emotion. The left hemisphere is especially good at voluntary and social expressions of emotion and one of the most clearly lateralised emotional registers is that of anger, which lateralises to the left hemisphere. Deeper and more complex expressions of emotion, and the reading of faces, are best dealt with, however, by the right hemisphere. As far as reason goes, the left hemisphere is better at carrying out certain procedures that ...

Creepy catacombs of Lima

A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Aug 24, 2014

We decided to walk into the middle of the suburb we are
staying in which is Miraflores. It is an upmarket area of Lima right on the
coast. It has lovely gardens and parks along the coast which we wandered around.
The surprising thing was walking past the terraced adobe temple behind a fence
in the middle of the suburb which was over 100 years old. Eventually we ...

ESL - week 2

A travel blog entry by robinturner on Jul 21, 2014

... of their displays. We left a little early so we could go have our lunches and get ready for our afternoon ESL Classes. It is a long day when we spend the mornings helping but don't start our own classes until 2:00. Our classes went well, but we combined them and taught together due to low numbers. We found out that some students may not be returning because initially, the ...

Bus trip and general chaos.

A travel blog entry by kate.anthonisz on Jul 01, 2014

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... and the monastery were my favourites as the tour guide explained that the monastery lifestyle is dying out so there are less monks there than there used to be. However, when he took us to the catacombs he explained that over 25,000 people had been buried there. Mostly monks and rich people. However, all of that had since not mattered as they started running out of space and just lumped the bones together. We covered just a tiny portion of the catacombs so ...

¡Adios! Goodbye from Lima, Peru!

A travel blog entry by sdbaker99 on Apr 08, 2014

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... band. It was so unique and so very cool to watch!

Soon, many of the performers changed into costumes and recruited some of our fellow Adventurers to participate in some dance moves. Everyone was into it, clapping and cheering our new friends on. It was really entertaining and a very immersive glimpse into the Peruvian culture of dance and music.

After our the entertainment an extravagant buffet was presented to us and we were able to dine in the ...

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