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Av. Larco 655 - 3, Lima, 8, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Villa El Salvador area of Lima, is near San Francisco Monastery, Foreign Office Building (Torre Tagle Palace), Central Bank Museum, and El Congreso.
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    Travel Blogs from Lima

    Lima ... Cloudy with Tacos

    A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Aug 30, 2014

    18 photos

    ... every 20 or so years by rebuilding a new layer on top. They made sacrifices including pots which were deliberately broken and the pieces buried. They worshipped the ocean as it was an important food source and the moon as it controlled the ocean, but not the sun as it was rarely shining! We stopped in the restaurant here for some lunch, Chris choosing artichoke ravioli in tomato ...

    Deserted Beaches and Unknown Ruins

    A travel blog entry by saminperu on Jun 20, 2014

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    ... that provide examples of this process to accepting. First, the ruin itself has a total of 16 different sites that including pyramids, the temple of the sun, the temple of the God Pachacamacand the temple of the chosen girls. All of the different sites are from different time periods, from before the Inca's all the way to Spaniard rule. Each tribe or rule fled to this site for power and to survive. There were different ways that these tribes came to ...

    The Peruvian Capital

    A travel blog entry by rainman2468 on Nov 28, 2013

    4 photos

    ... to the group, so after quick introductions we headed out for dinner and drinks to meet properly. It was another decent night (definitely rate the food in Lima, which claims to be the gastronomic capital of Latin America). After heading out for a drink with some of the others we returned to the hotel for a decent sleep (the next few nights would be spent in a tent or under the stars). Up at 5.30am headed for Huacachina.
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    The "tooting" city of Lima

    A travel blog entry by shannen.luke on Oct 01, 2013

    31 photos

    ... the 1746, the only original structure is the bronze fountain in the middle of the Plaza. The Cathedral is the most dominating structure of the Plaza and on the North side stretches the government house where the president resides. We then moved onto the Monastery of San Francisco built in a Spanish Baroque style. We were not able to take photographs in the Monastery but we were able to see some remaining artwork and original wooden roofs , much ...

    Day 15 : The abandoned beach

    A travel blog entry by loulanewbound on Aug 11, 2013

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    ... nightclub... I find myself drawn to the places where the fewest humans have recently set foot. Dilapidated buildings and collapsing rooftops seem to say 'come and explore me, break me open and see what's inside'. I think it's something to do with wanting to see unappreciated beauty. To find the things in life that are awe inspiring and exquisite that others don't seem to see. Walking along the disused and yet beautiful seafront we ...