Gran Bolivar Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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... of the moon was rebuilt at least 5 times. Made from adobe bricks there were temples for sacrifice, room for ceremonial battle and teirs of elevation to help people remember their place. Perhaps my favourite artwork so far in South America can be found here. It is a relief representation of the primary Deity. With feline teeth, numerous tentacles and brightly coloured it seems like a friendly God. Although one who needed to be appeased with ...
... carried down the main streets for 2 blocks while a band played the same tune
over and over. In front were 2 hearses and behind the coffin walked the band
and mourners. The traffic in Trujillo is normally chaotic with horns constantly
honking but this very slow moving procession made pandemonium. We left the
scenes of chaos to again escape to our favourite mansion café for one last time
before heading back to our hostel.
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... place we have been thus far on our trip. He helped organize a sandboarding trip in one of the local sand dune valleys; introduced us to anticuchos (Peruvian meat on a stick, but with chicken or beef hearts or chicken gizzard); partied with us every weekend, sometimes until sunrise, and source of what usually would be unattainable information about Huanchaco and the surrounding areas of Peru. We also made friends with local surfer and surf instructor Tito, ...
... for the pleasure! Which I think was a bit too much for the journey. I'll remember to ask the cost before I get in the taxi in future. The hostel was all locked up when we got there, probably because it was so early in the morning. Luckily the owners must have seen us out of the window, as a young boy came to greet us and welcome us in. We checked in and he couldn't speak any English so I tried my best in Spanish and asked if we could check into the room now and he said yes. ...