Casa Amanecer

Schell 589, Miraflores, Lima, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lima

December 2013

A travel blog entry by passera


... shut, probably in a trance. The kids ask me what she’s doing and I find no better reply than saying she’s an inca. The kids talk loudly and discuss amongst themselves about going near her. Hilarious! Although I imagine she wasn’t impressed with my parenting. After 4 hours, we’re all tired and we find somewhere to sit which happens to be next to the sacred rock. The kids are able to run around as it’s flat here and there’s a bit of space. Some ...

Machu Pichu and much more

A travel blog entry by leilapaulrtw


... so used to this kind of thing. The altitude was making itself know to us by now, we were at 12,500tf at this point and even just wandering about the town on the flat was using all our breath, so everything was slow. The lake was absolutely stunning with the thin air not stopping the blazing sun one bit, we were easily burnt. We saw the floating islands, which are as they sound, made from layers of totorro reeds renewed each year as the bottom layer rots away against the water of ...

Them Bones, Them Bones, Them Dry Bones!

A travel blog entry by davidbaker


... We certainly got to see a good proportion of them, including one set of skulls and femurs that had been arranged in the shape of a rose. Impressive as these bones were, in terms of sheer quantity, they weren't exactly the best in quality. One goes into a church expecting to see saintly bones, such as the hand of St Stephen in Budapest, or the arm of St Francis Xavier in Rome. Santo Domingo church met this need. Much like St Francis church has a monastery attached, ...

Gritty and proud Lima

A travel blog entry by nimeri


... able to see the horizon past this dense fog. Lima is gritty and passionate with beautiful baroque architecture in the central part. People are friendly and there is security guards everywhere helping old people cross the road, chatting with locals. It's mostly squat square buildings in the residential part though. You can tell its poorer here, the plumbing is bad everywhere so you can't flush toilet paper ...

Gastronomic Delights?

A travel blog entry by jessandjim


... anticipated Cordillera Blanca.

Peruvian dishes include, chicharron which is deep fried pieces of pork; ceviche which is raw seafood made edible by adding a lot of lemon and then turned into a soup or curry; chifa which is a Chinese take on Peruvian cuisine; and 'pollo con arroz'. Chicken and rice. Um, which South American country does not claim this one as their national dish?

We sampled ...


This hotel, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Huaca Pucllana (Juliana), Bike Tours of Lima, Sala Museo Oro del Peru, and Presidential Palace (Palacio de Gobierno).
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