Hotel Alcala del Rio

Av. Pardo y Allaga 300, San Isidro, Lima, Peru | Hotel
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¡Adios! Goodbye from Lima, Peru!

A travel blog entry by sdbaker99


... to walk down to see the beach at sunset. We walked past a countless number of stores and got a flavor for local culture along the way. Once at the beach were were treated to a beautiful sight, but I will say the Pacific Ocean looks as pretty in South America as it does from California! I really am glad we made the walk down, though, as it was a pretty evening with the sun setting.

We decided to head back to the hotel where Ric and I caught a couple hours ...

Lima Day 1

A travel blog entry by geosand

... of fish and chicken. All this was accompanied by some yummy banana ( we think) and sweet potato chips with three dipping sauces. All very good in a nice restaurant which was very busy with locals. It was not an inexpensive ( $75 for 4) but enjoyed by all except Jim who just didn't find it his thing. Georges and I tried a traditional whiskey sour - very tasty but we were glad we ordered a half each as they are quite strong. After ...

Day 7: South of the Equator!

A travel blog entry by msj322


... out some Spanglish.

The layover in Panama was seemless. I had just enough time to get to my gate, and use the bathroom. I could tell I was headed toward warmer weather since it felt like a sweat shop in the airport. Surprisingly enough, there was free internet. Which is crazy to think since some airports in the U.S. charge for internet. Although I did feel like I was in the U.S. for a moment as I passed a ...

A Day in Peru

A travel blog entry by eoinshirl


... 1860’s. Graves were made of limestone, known to facilitate decay with only the leg bones and skulls of the 70,000+ people remaining. It was a reverent, yet chilling place to visit.

Back outside, we made our way to the Lima Cathedral which houses the remains of Pizzaro, the 1535 founder and conqueror of Peru at which time there were 200,000 indigenous people living in the area.

As the clock reached midday, the Changing of ...

Boys last day

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan


We checked out of **** hole blue house hostel and checked into another nice hotel ....cant resist the 5 star superiors when they are available. Dropped our **** off and made our way to an Irish sports bar to get some food, watch NFL and meet up with Leah and some friends from Mancora. The kitchen was closed so we decided to start drinking. After a number of drinks and catching up, Jenny, Daniel, Marc and I headed ...


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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