Casabarco Hostal Punta Hermosa

Address: Av. Punta Hermosa 340, Lima, Peru | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Lima Sur area of Lima, is near San Francisco Monastery, Foreign Office Building (Torre Tagle Palace), Central Bank Museum, and El Congreso.
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      Travel Blogs from Lima

      Lima day 4

      A travel blog entry by arlinandliz on Mar 19, 2015

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      ... able to cool off in the Pacific or enjoy the shade of their umbrellas. We couldn't find any shade, or anywhere to sit down - no beach bars, or restaurants, so after rounding the yacht club we decided to hail a taxi and head back to our air conditioned hotel.

      There was lots of new building going on in Barranco; looked like lux. condos being built into the cliff side. The picture gives you an idea of how steep it is from the beach to the cliff top!


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      Welcome to Lima, take 2

      A travel blog entry by robin_frank on Mar 04, 2015

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      ... The excavation and restoration will be ongoing for many more years. Downtime at the hotel; watch the Michiganers in the pool (who knew there was one?) in their matching (!) swimsuits. Walter led us to a restaurant for dinner- it turned out to be the same one the three of us ate at last week. Turned out better this time; I had a nice salad, which I was craving after lots of heavy food. Then I ruined that good choice with a dessert crepe, which turned out to have ice cream in ...

      Metamorphosis of the gods

      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Dec 07, 2014

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      ... of the modern project.

      All of this points to a re-­reading of our Western narrative of solar heroic progress within a larger context of tragedy and, perhaps, something more--­­something perhaps Shakespearean in the grandeur of its moral and aesthetic conception. Of course this is itself a mythic perspective. But what I am suggesting is that not only the human psyche but the cosmos itself may be archetypal, mythically informed. And perhaps this is the deepest act of trust ...

      Last day on our own!!

      A travel blog entry by micknmila on Oct 06, 2014

      33 photos

      ... to rip you off, do you hop in. The Museo Larco is amazing - with its risque erotic pots and its storerooms that you can walk around and its illuminated courtyard. It also offers night-time visits. Some amazing stuff in there. Spent about two hours admiring the Peruvian art - including a light snack in the absolutely gorgeous restaurant, in the museum grounds. Taxi-ed back to the hotel about 7 pm and chilled for the rest of the night. Tired little ...

      Understanding the Human Brain

      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Oct 04, 2014

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      ... task. The first problem was one of prejudice. In the early days after the first split-brain operations carried out for the control of intractable epilepsy by Sperry and Bogen in California in the 1960s, it seemed that we were onto something big. The left hemisphere, we learnt, was rational and linguistic, while the right hemisphere was pink and fluffy, emotional, creative, vague and given to painting pictures. So this - the story went - was why we often seemed in ...