Hostal Turistico Eiffel

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, Puente Villena (El Paraiso de los Suicidas), and Rio Rimac.
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Travel Blogs from Lima

I Left My Heart In Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on Jun 29, 2014

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... such a scene in the carriage, and summoning the poor rail stewards to assist her in calling security. Her rantings continued on for most of the journey, with the steward desperately trying to reason with her and calm her down.

Of course, all of this was in Spanish, so I had no clue as to what it was about. My face to face travellers didn't speak English either, so couldn't enlighten me. At the end of the journey, the ...

Peruvian Adventures: The Llama Chronicles

A travel blog entry by nomadicduo on Jun 11, 2014

... uniformly flat nor uniformly spaced as far as height and length. But we made it and got to see dawn peek out over the mountains. Once inside, we were in a perpetual state of awe. Not just over the well-preserved structures over 500 years old, but the location itself. It was easy to see why this site was so sacred and why it was such a great observatory. The Incas were master stone cutters and built their temples with such precision. To top off our visit, we met ...

Working in a huaca in Lima

A travel blog entry by franmullineux on May 11, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... to leave - doing that for five hours straight can take its toll on you! By the time we got to Wednesday, we were shown to the same table to get on with it again, and I decided that I had a few questions, even if I didn't speak that much Spanish! Carol, the lady supervising us, willingly came down to help answer my questions, and the fact that I spoke in Spanish helped - I think she was somewhat nervous about possibly having to speak in English. I can't say I fully understood the ...

Museo de Arte de Lima

A travel blog entry by conrad.bear on Mar 09, 2014

... There are three Flores bus station, all close to each other. Separate ones for North and South, not to sure what the other one does. But I found the one I need to be at to tomorrow.

Now it's time for lunch. I headed to Cevicheria la Choza Nautica, quite a fancy seafood restaurant, but in a **** part of town. I ordered Tiradito a la choza S/33, Two types of ...

Machu Pichu and much more

A travel blog entry by leilapaulrtw on Oct 28, 2013

293 photos

... cooked ourselves. We cooked it (after having to fight for kitchen space with some adolescent Germanics) and hardly ate a bite.

The next day we got up early to catch our train to Cusco, little did we know what we had booked. The Andean Explorer turned out to be a sister company to the Orient Express and when we boarded our carriage the table cloths gave the game away. We had wondered in the waiting room why all the other passengers were white middle class ...

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