Hotel Alcala del Rio

Av. Pardo y Allaga 300, San Isidro, Lima, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Lima layover

A travel blog entry by jdtrip

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... didn't feel or look anything like that. We were staying in the posho district of Miraflores, like the Kensington & Chelsea of London, which is the nicest, safest and closest district to the sea.

Well, damn my preconceptions. Yes, we were in Miraflores and, yes, Lima obviously has an edge to it because there are armed police everywhere and armed private security guards keeping watch ...

Day 19 Lima

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble

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... on the edge for a while chatting which was pretty cute. We then climbed back up the cliff which was even more muddy. I'm pretty sure I've ruined a pair of socks that used to be white but are now very much brown. We kept walking and playing on gym equipment we found on the sea front until turning round an walking all the way back. It was a pretty cool walk and a lot of exercise and when we arrived back we were ...

Lima Airport Again

A travel blog entry by alanchapman

A warmer morning than when I was in Cusco in June. Had moved from winter to spring.
Up at 06.30 and breakfast at 07.00 with a few more farewells to some of the group.
Taxi at 07.30 to Cusco Airport.
Checked in at 08.00 and then taken by Drugs Police to a private room. Asked to open all my bags and empty pockets. The policeman didn't empty everything but he opened and resealed the envelope I was carrying on behalf of Dragoman. Asked to sign a register to say ...

Lima - Day 1

A travel blog entry by cwscott

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... to organise a taxi to take us to the Historico Centro, she expressed shock at our desire to leave the immediate environs of the hotel and dismay that we also planned to explore the city on foot. She insisted on giving us a map and highlighting which streets it was safe to walk down and which we should avoid at all costs for fear of some unspoken terrors. She made us promise we would not ...

Recycling Queen and more!

A travel blog entry by emmat2013

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... at Club de las Regatas with Ana Gabriela and Katie. The all you can eat "chifa" (the name for Chinese food here in Per˙) was delicious and we had a view of the beach, Lima's coast, the ocean, and the famous cross on the mountain!
-Went door to door in Barranco and asked the neighboors to join the new recycling program. I was named the Recycling Queen as I LOVED the day and got ...

Location

This hotel, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Miraflores, Huaca Pucllana (Juliana), Chavin de Huantar, and Huallamarca (Pan de Azucar).
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