Ariosto Hotel

La Paz 769, Miraflores, Lima, Peru | Hotel

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Bienvenidos… Welcome to Peru…

A travel blog entry by kate_5

... heaps of fun and several people in our group got pulled up on stage to do different things, so we all had a laugh but soon enough the show and dinner were over and it was time to go back to the hotel and get a good nights sleep. Have to be on the bus just after 6am tomorrow for the drive to the airport as we need to fly 90mins our next destination, Arequipa. Lima was good fun but now its time to be on the move again. Adios for now… next stop: Arequipa, the Volcano ...

Got to Be Kidding

A travel blog entry by dyer0930


... that the mechanical problem would require a new aircraft so we all had to disembark. They gave out some meal vouchers, since we were now into the dinner hour, and we waited some more.

By the time we actually boarded the plane and were in the air (about 4 hours delayed), our daytime flight had turned into a redeye. And hilariously, it turned out after all that that it was the same airplane. Thankfully the kids ...

February 2014

A travel blog entry by passera


... better. We see lots of small fish, 3 white-tip reef sharks, 1 is sleeping under the rocks, 1 marble ray, 1 spotted-eagle ray, 1 lobster, 3 sea lions. We see all of them very close with no effort. Excellent snorkelling! 11:00 back on boat, chill, sunbathe, chit-chat. 12:00 lunch. Rest. 14:30 snorkelling at Rabida. The water is warm, visibility is great, 15m, but there are lots of plankton. We see 2 sea lions, stingrays, 3 white-tip reef sharks sleeping, 1 marble ray. ...

London to Lima

A travel blog entry by tilli

... had 1.5 days in the city so did a city tour, visiting the old historic town, the Franciscan monastery, Plaza des Armas, the Love Park and Huaca Pucllana. I also took a tour of the Museo Larco, which is an excellent museum, which guides you through the pre-Inca tribes and their pottery, textiles & metal work ,which tells us about their history as they didn't write so there are no written records of the pre-Inca tribes. ...

Peru Part 1

A travel blog entry by marty_rach


... out and grabbed a heap of sandboards. The only way down the dune was on the board. Lying flat with legs sprawled out behind, we all slid down this dune at a decent pace.

The driver came and picked us all up from the base of the dune and then took us on another treacherous trip around the desert. We stopped on the peaks of another two giant dunes to board down. This was awesome fun and definitely ...

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This hotel, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Presidential Palace (Palacio de Gobierno), Callao, Puente Villena (El Paraiso de los Suicidas), and Rio Rimac.
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