El Doral Hotel

Address: Av. Jose Pardo 486, Lima, Lima 18, Peru | Hotel
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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 Chavin de Huantar.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Lima

    Lima City Tour

    A travel blog entry by lisabraz on Sep 06, 2015

    5 comments, 17 photos

    ... cooked with ham, a big pile of rice, and two large portions of pot roast. It was very homey and filling.

    The last stop of the day was to the privately-owned Larco Museum. According to Wikipedia (sorry, wasn't taking notes during our tour), "the museum is housed in an 18th century vice-royal building built over a 7th century pre-Columbian pyramid.It showcases chronological galleries that provide a thorough overview of 4,000 years of Peruvian pre-Columbian history. It ...

    Second day in Lima

    A travel blog entry by jrubina on Jul 10, 2015

    15 photos

    ... to pick us up from the apartment and take us to visit untie Yaya. It is now approx 11.30am so we have time to continue exploring, so we accepted the offer. In the meantime, we would continue our exploration towards Camino Real. I remembered that this was a Commercial Centre we visited last time we were here. Approximately and hour later and some 12 blocks away, we arrived and were disappointed that only a few shops remained...we now know that all ...

    Learning in Lima

    A travel blog entry by amazingrace2015 on Jun 07, 2015

    7 photos

    ... ____________
    The coastal valleys from colonial times to the present have been dominated by extensive systems of plantation agriculture, with powerful elite families in control of the land and water rights. The principal crops harvested under these regimes are sugarcane and cotton, with a mixture of other crops, such as grapes and citrus, also being planted. Before the Agrarian Reform Law of 1969, about 80 percent of the arable coastal land ...

    Goodbye Revisited

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Apr 12, 2015

    1 photo

    ... Arturo was teasing me for being such an illogical traveller, for heading to my next destination with not even a cent of the local currency. He kept calling me 'Chickie' and saying I was a 'political disaster', but in such a sweet, kindly way, I was rolling around laughing myself silly. I will really miss my rooftop friend, I think, for by the time I got downstairs I was quite emotional. Cue a depressed gin and tonic gulped down in the company of the Italian ...

    Lima and Huaraz - the Capital and the Gem

    A travel blog entry by lukas.g on Mar 30, 2015

    18 photos

    ... a friend of ours had been there before. The girls paid 60 soles each for a lesson and I paid 40 Soles for the board. The next day, we walked past them just to check out our options. After some price-checking and friendly talking at a later shack, we ended up getting the lessons for 40 Soles each and my board for free. With promise of coming again the next day, I was guaranteed a price of 20 Soles for the board and 40 for any friends that wanted a lesson, any time ...