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


    A travel blog entry by pfln on Jul 07, 2015

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    I counted 44 cultures on Museo Larco's matrix of peoples and places, "Epocas Peruanas". Of them, it looks as if only 3 were influential: the Chavin, Huari (Wari), and Inca. All originated in the sierra and promoted cultural exchange through commerce, and in the latter 2 cases, conquest. My reading is the other 41 cultures left enough traces to be classified, but only locally. (That's not to ...

    The finale of South America

    A travel blog entry by shalliday on Apr 18, 2015

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    ... being dangerous so I was a little apprehensive before we went! However as long as we stayed to the two touristy areas we were told it would be fine! After our final meal as a tour we went for a few drinks, it was going to be sad saying bye to our family! The next day after some lunch it was time to say bye to many, including Amar, it was quite a sad moment! We then hit the beach before leaving the life of luxury and heading back to hostel life! It was in fact quite nice to have ...

    Final entry to the blog – our 8 days in Peru

    A travel blog entry by dianeschalke on Mar 14, 2015

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... and then to rest (for Diane)………Henk on the other hand, was like a mountain goat and sprinted to the top!

    Our tour guide through the Sacred Valley, Raul, was so knowledgeable and really knew his history of the area. We were very lucky to have him and enjoyed listening to all he had to offer. On an intermediate stop, we saw a collection of different llamas, alpacas etc. A visit to the Inca site at Pisac built on a hillside (more ...

    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. ...


    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 ...