Antara Hotel

Address: Alcanflores 450, Miraflores, Lima, Peru | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, 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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      Travel Blogs from Lima

      Lima, Peru

      A travel blog entry by blackmomba on May 14, 2015

      Lima, Peru
      What is the landscape like (what landforms do you see)? The rugged Andes Mountains cover almost 40% of Peru. Hundreds of snowcapped peaks jut skyward here, with many exceeding 20,000 ft. Rocky narrow coastline; in essence, it's a sandy mountainous desert are all over Lima.

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      Foodie Tour

      A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Apr 11, 2015

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... organic coffee beans( honest- there were 2 women sitting at a bench sifting through a tray of coffee beans). Yvonne & I tried a mocha coffee which was served with a small biscotti. The next stop was to a local smoothie bar where we were served a smoothie made with a local fruit- tasty, with a butterscotch flavor.

      Back on the van we were all given aprons because we were on our way, first to the local food market to taste fruits, then to ...

      Peru Hop Stage 1

      A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Mar 20, 2015

      7 photos

      ... mansion in San Jose which reminded us off the massive places off the movie 12 years a slave. Interestingly enough, it turned out to be very similar. It was a place owned by a spanish couple back in the 1700s, where they built underground tunnels from the house, out to the sea port 10km so they could smuggle in illegal African slaves to the house. The tunnels were about 43km in length and were made to avoid the owners having to pay Peruvian taxes on slavery and any ...

      On the Road Again

      A travel blog entry by martiniadventur on Oct 08, 2014

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... and "I cant believe your still wearing them" jeans...even having to use a plastic bag as a innovative plug wont get in the way. Unfortunately I'm not sure the temperature, smog and lack of aircon is going to achieve the same result with our winter clothing, so looks like we might pong before the 4 day no shower matchu pitchu hike even starts. Actually not sure we won't be wearing damp socks either looking at the weather forecast. But while I use my ...

      Exotic Animals and Exotic Food...

      A travel blog entry by saminperu on Jun 16, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... with Daniel and I walking his Grandma to the catholic church for mass. It felt a little like home, kind of like Wisconsin in a way. I remembered the catholic church down the street from Grandma Carol's house and the story of my dad proposing to my mom. It's weird how you can live in a whole other country and still find similarities in your home country that actually feels like a completely different planet due to just culture alone.

      To be continued..
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