Miramar Hotel Lima

Address: Jr Bolognesi 191, Lima, Peru | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located in the Barranco area of Lima.
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    Travel Blogs from Lima

    Lima Pachacmac Ruins

    A travel blog entry by dorothystokes on Apr 24, 2015

    19 photos

    ... A Japanese President for 10 years took it upon himself to 'clean' up Lima which he mostly succeeded in doing, using fairly extreme measures and as a result he is currently in jail for crimes against humanity.

    Back to the excursion - taking a 1 hour drive south on the Ocean Drive Road where we will see the nicest and poorest areas. It is very cloudy this morning and apparently from May to November they don't see any sun. From the influential areas we follow ...

    Adventure tourism - the beginning of the end

    A travel blog entry by rspaven on Apr 02, 2015

    4 photos

    ... lazy mornings. We even felt like a taste of home and went to a shopping centre for a tgi fridays dinner. Ashamed? Not at all. The lomo saltadas dinners can wait for another time. What an incredible country, I've seen and experienced the most varied and unexpected places, I never expected my travelling experience here to be quite so eye opening. In order to try not to forget any one place, or let them blur into one due to the fast pace with which ...

    Clomping Around Caral

    A travel blog entry by crazy.travelers on Sep 13, 2014

    26 photos

    ... covered with a blanket of blue wildflowers. Where does the water come from? The fog. The only moisture this mountain gets is from the fog, and it's enough to turn the mountain from dirt to thriving. If only they could find a way to irrigate the entire desert, this would be the breadbasket of Peru. In the irrigated valleys we saw corn, sugar cane, squash, bananas, peppers, avocados, grapes and all sorts of citrus. ...

    Peru, where the fanny is cheap.

    A travel blog entry by scpearson on Aug 08, 2014

    12 photos

    ... the whole day. The walk to lunch was stunning scent and constant up and down which in my opinion is way better than up and up. At lunch the porters surprised us with a cake! They'd steam cooked it and iced it in lots of colours, very impressive considering it was done in a tent.
    After lunch was the part called the gringos killer, gringo being the Spanish word for tourist which I've just realised is the name of our local Mexican. By anyway it was constantly steep downhill ...


    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Feb 24, 2014

    7 photos

    ... The idiots spend more to mop up – water, bags, toilet paper than it would have cost for one measly pill. The fact that no-one other than me will open a window and the on bus toilet pongs badly doesn’t help – when some old bat complained about the noise of my open window I told her NO!

    Got dumped on the highway where I was told colectivos would pass by into Barranca – this did happen and some helpful ...