Gran Bolivar Hotel
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Howdy today we wanted to see a bit of Lima get something nice to eat and stay out until time to leave for our flight to Bolivia. We looked online at places to go and we knew we were heading to Miraflores to visit some ruins or huacas as they are called in Peru. We visited huaca pucllana which was a place used for worship that dates back to around …
So today was our last day we still got up relatively early for breakfast but mainly so I could call the hang gliding pilot/s to see if we would be able to fly, I already knew it was probably going to be a no we had strong winds at around 35kph. We pretty much chilled out most of the day dreading the over night flight. We were packed up and ready to …
I ended up sat at a table in a shopping mall observing a business meeting between two men who were then joined by another man and his wife. His wife and I were then put on a 'non-business' table to talk amongst ourselves! I then ended up going shoe shopping with her! What the hell? How do I get myself into these bizarre situations?! All very nice people ...
... were planning a party so we stuck around and ending up partying a bit with some British girls. It was great to have a night out again although it made us pretty useless the next day. All we managed to do was go to our favorite lunch spot, My Friend Hostel/Restaurant for their pasta special (10 soles - $3.50 for a big bowl of pasta with garlic bread and a pop!) and laze around the hostel. We had kind of hit a wall at this point, as ...
... only 6 sq km only available for public viewing.
The city was enormous and even from the ruins you could see the intricate patterns carved into the walls. They have put lots of covers up to protect it from further erosion but its still on the UNESCO list for world heritage sites in danger. When the storm, El Niņo comes every 4-6 years the ruins take a battering along with the rest of the Peruvian coastline.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGran Bolivar Hotel Trujillo
Very poor breakfast cold toast and some rude staff in the restaurant however we was not there long and the bed was comfortable.
As mentioned in many reviews it is very noisier staying there with the constant beeping of traffic.
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