El Marques de San Isidro

Chinchon 461, Lima, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Can you smell cat piss?? Or Pisco Sours?

A travel blog entry by howszmig

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... a a bit of a do in the park. On a sunday they bring speaker systems out and the elderly folk all get up and dance. real groovy salsa or similar. It was so lovely to watch. After a big lunch (thank god some places take MasterCard... Not many... But some), and we got drunk. Our spirits got artificially lifted and we had a raucous evening. Back in bed for 11pm. We had to be up at 4:30 to go to the airport: ...

A day in the life of a tinder partier

A travel blog entry by beardandblonde

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... tinnys gawping up at the free spirited, majestic, gravity defying chaps, made for relaxing downtime. Lima was a city of firsts. The first time we'd strolled through a park inhabited by cats. Parque Kennedy, a small greenery, home to 50 (ish) stray kitties, reverberates to the sound of multiple, midnight, meowing. Tiggie would have loved it here... Having never trundled through catacombs before, this city presented us with the ...

Week 1: Lima & Huacachina, Peru

A travel blog entry by mitchandsally

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... illuminated with coloured lights and laser shows. Still impressive though. After 3 full days in Lima we took the bus 4 hours south to Huacachina, which is an oasis in the middle of the desert, surrounded by huge sand dunes. Very picturesque, but very small and reliant on tourism and hence we were hassled left, right and centre. There also isn't much to do there except sand boarding and dune buggy rides, so we almost immediately realised the 3 nights we had booked were ...

Arica (SCAR) to Lima (SPIM)

A travel blog entry by harry4123

... you may have hard time getting Pisco Control on the radio.

Arriving in Lima it was just as hazy as last year and my clearance was just good to the Lima VOR at which point they vectored me over the ocean to fit me in the sequence of other landing traffic for runway 15. Like last year there was a quartering tailwind of about 12 knots - I guess they don't like to land to the north.

The "Follow Me" ...

Our first destination!!

A travel blog entry by ittakestwo

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... the temple still remains is due to its "bookshelf" construction. South Americas notorious fault line means there are frequent tremors and quakes, and five in Lima that have been recorded to destroy buildings, one measuring a massive 8.6 on the ricta scale, but the temple still stands. Its designed to take the impact. When the temple was restored they found mummified people inside, and studies have shown they were mainly female. Every 15-20 years ...

Location

This hotel, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Colonial City (Old City), Chavin de Huantar, Huallamarca (Pan de Azucar), and Playa Pulpos.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding