La Casa Nostra

Address: Av. Grimaldo del Solar 265, Miraflores, Lima, Lima 1, Peru | 2 star hostel
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This 2 star hostel, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Presidential Palace (Palacio de Gobierno), Callao, Pantanos de Villa, and Rio Rimac.
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    Last day in Peru

    A travel blog entry by krusera on May 25, 2015

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    ... by the Lima culture between 200 & 700AD and was used as a ceremonial center. Great adobe architecture and design. It was later used by the Wari peoples as burial mound for mummies. The memories of Peru are wonderful, with the highlight by far, hiking the Inca Trail withy son. Thanks for taking this journey with us, see you all soon. ...


    A travel blog entry by niranjan on May 21, 2015

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    ... from the Andes mountains to find work in Lima, without success. For this reason, there is widespread poverty in the city center and in the peripheral areas. If you fly into Lima, the first thing you see upon leaving the airport is these types of poor neighborhoods between the airport and Lima's historic center.

    Lima's pre-Hispanic and colonial architecture is beautiful and the city has several museums (such as Museo Larco) that tell the story of a ...

    Field of Dreams

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Mar 31, 2015

    3 photos

    ... something I will be looking into for next week. Finally, having slathered my pale skin in sunscreen, I headed out to the Parque de la Exposicion just opposite the hostel to start documenting the day. A colourful wonderland of both natural and man-made sculptures, green ponds and palm trees, this park boasts a number of stately museums encircled by impatient rings of blaring traffic. From the toxic yellow stamens of exotic flowers to sunbursts through tropical trees, there was so ...

    Day 19 - 20 - museums, churches and more food

    A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Nov 09, 2014

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    ... violent and would instill fear in their villagers through human sacrifice. We studied the evolution of the dress from simple cloth to intricately detailed robes to the Incan warriors' gold armour. Comparing the cultural evolution of these different Peruvian ancestors and their weaponry, pottery and jewellery to the Amazonian tribes was interesting. The early Amazonian tribes' artefacts were comparatively less developed and certainly ...

    Plodding around Pachacamac

    A travel blog entry by on Sep 12, 2014

    18 photos

    ... just tossed them everywhere. Except the cats aren't dead, they are sleeping wherever they please without a care in the world.

    Pachacamac is an extensive archaeological complex of palaces and temple-pyramids. It was an important Inca site and a major city when the Spanish arrived, but it had also been a ceremonial center on the central coast about ...