El Gran Marquez Hotel & Spa

Address: Calle Diaz de Cienfuegos 145-147, Trujillo, 051, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Diaz de Cienfuegos 145-147, Trujillo, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Nice long bus drive to a lovely colonial city!

      A travel blog entry by isabelle134 on Mar 12, 2015

      8 photos

      ... the Pacific Ocean! I was at sea level again ;-) We drove along the coast, on my right these sand dunes and mountains, on my left the blue ocean, sometimes an oasis, little green dot in the the middle of the desert, What a nice drive!

      Around noon we reached Lima, I had to wait two hours, and then bus to Trujillo. A nice drive along the coast, and around midnight, we arrived. My taxi driver tried to get me to "his' hotel, saying:"Munay Wasi Hostel? they do ...


      A travel blog entry by ontyfrench on Jan 19, 2015

      ... Chan Chan as I promised.

      off the road, walked to Chan Chan before entry, paid 10 soles for four participants different sites within 24 hours limit. At that surround, really damn hottest where is the dry desert landscape. I got a soak and burning the skin. I got a scarf covered around on my neck.

      Built around AD 1300, Chan Chan is the largest pre-Columbian city in the Americas, and the largest adobe city in the world. Interesting? That's very impressed by the ...

      Moche'n Around Trujillo

      A travel blog entry by skdude on Sep 26, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... sense of the grandeur of this place in its heyday. An accompanying museum included in the price of admission helped to flesh out some of the history and the scale of the civilisation that built cities in the desert. Using irrigation, lots of fishing they were able to survive for several centuries before climate changes made their way of life no longer possible. These people were the Chimu. Their city spread across a large swathe of the Moche ...

      Freaky mummy with tattoos

      A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Aug 14, 2014

      ... to unwrap her. The temple was very similar to the temple of the moon but
      they had done a lot less excavating here at this stage and very similar friezes.
      Our guide took his time and gave us more than enough time to have a good look
      around. There were very good views over the ocean and surrounding countryside,
      that was mainly covered in sugar cane, from the top level of the temple at the
      spot where they found 60 bodies ...

      Up the Pacific coast of Peru

      A travel blog entry by skannyboy on Jun 01, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... my knees.
      Anyway we arrived in Mancóra and soon discovered it was not peak season so unless you went to the crazy party hostel it as actually a very chilled and beautiful seaside town. We found a hostel on the beach with a large balcony that looked out over the ocean which was crystal clear and comfortably warm to swim in. There wasn't much to do except swim and chill on the beach which wasn't much of a problem and when I did get bored on the third day I took ...