El Angolo

Address: Fortunato Chirichigno 661, Piura, Peru | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Fortunato Chirichigno 661, Piura, is near Casa de los Contrafuertes (House of the Buttresses).
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    TripAdvisor Reviews El Angolo Piura

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Piura

    Gary, Mark, the Newlyweds, and The Rock,

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Apr 09, 2015

    ... morning. Big, big big mistake – as tomorrow’s blog will relate.

    Possibly the only episode I missed was meeting the newly weds. They were standing on the street corner obviously a just married couple - he in a wool suit sporting a glowing golden wedding ring, she glowing as new brides often do. Were they looking for a hostel, I asked. Yes. She spoke some English and I alerted them to the two disasters and one passable hostel we had seen. I indicated ...

    Day 251: Piura, Peru and the bus to Tarapoto, Peru

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Mar 18, 2015

    22 photos

    We arrived in Piura, Peru around 7:30am and were surprised to find a shithole of a town/city. Literally, it smelled like **** everywhere and there was trash everywhere. The people looked pretty beat up too and they weren't very friendly either. Not the best first impression, however we are also taking the road-less-traveled-by-tourists in order to get to Iquitos, so it sort of makes sense. We asked around for a direct bus to Yurimaguas, where ...

    Eight days in Colan, will I ever leave...

    A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Oct 05, 2014

    9 comments

    ... lots to do, it felt a little lonely. Jose the owner of the hotel took me under his wing. 'Would you like to ride on my quad bike' he asked, 'I will show you around.' That afternoon we headed across the sand flats and up to the church. 'This is the oldest church in the whole of South American' he told me. 'Saint.......came here himself, he placed that cross up there,' and pointed to the cliff edge some hundreds of feet above us. 'It is inscribed in Latin', I will get ...

    Last day of Lima, and the move to the start line

    A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Sep 28, 2014

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... Peru that everyone seems to have a job. Although the prep area of the coffee bar is quite small, one person takes your order and your money, then you move to the other side, where someone dispenses the coffee that has just been made by someone else. Very labour intensive! Returning to the waiting hall, I notice two cleaners who constantly mop,the floor and another two young men dressed in security type clothing who seemed to wander around doing absolutely nothing ...

    Lima

    A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Sep 26, 2014

    4 comments, 3 photos

    ... logged in this collection (some pots could be male or female), there is a distinctive pot in another collection. Hence, as we already know, being gay has been around a long time! Getting to the Largo was easy, a short taxi ride costing 10 soles (about 2ish quid), but I had to argue for a good fare on the return journey as the first driver outside the museum wanted 50 soles, the second 25. In the end I walked a while on the street, realised I was getting ...