Grand Hotel Betsy

Address: Av. Santa Cruz 665, Lima, 18, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Miraflores, Huaca Pucllana (Juliana), Sala Museo Oro del Peru, and Chavin de Huantar.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Lima

    Day 49 - Last day in South America!

    A travel blog entry by jessdigs on Aug 23, 2015

    3 photos

    ... Thankful Rez was staying with us. He came back to our room and we had the biggest talk about life. He's so mature for his age and doesn't portray what he's really going through at all. We spoke about his family and his dad's illness and his life at boarding school. He will be brilliant in life I know it. In his letter I wrote about us being the prickly pear and the what are the odds game. We said goodbye around 1:30am, then steph and I cried and fell asleep for 2 hours haha. Not funny ...

    A Day In The Mountains

    A travel blog entry by ckmowbray on Aug 03, 2015

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... There were stalls everywhere with people selling their wares. Musicians were playing flutes, as we walked around. From here, we headed to Yuca, where our hotel was located. The hotel is a renovated 18th century old monastery. Once here, we saw a group of 10 women show us how they made wool, die, and clothing through weaving. It was amazing to see how complicated it was. The process is the same the Inca used years ago. I don't think I could spin and weave the way they ...

    Our Last Day

    A travel blog entry by jrubina on Jul 30, 2015

    6 photos

    ... So a quick call to the restaurant and they tell us that they don't open until 8pm, but they do have the book in stock. It is now 6.30pm and with 30 minutes of our holiday left, we rush back to Maido to buy the book. It is closed.......we begged to the security guy at the front to be allowed to enter and buy the book, and true Peruvian hospitality they agree and we now have a copy safely in our possession! It is now 7pm and we are off to the airport. It is ...


    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on May 31, 2015

    ... were building pyramids prior to the Egyptians and lasted up to 900 years.

    I have found a great restaurant with a large array of native Peruvian food. The people here are proud of their country: the history, the land, the food, their progress, their language. I eat the food with gusto but it is not my type of food. It is great food the way Indian, or Thai or Chinese is great food but I could not live on it tasty though it is. Lots of rice and potatoes and ...


    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Apr 02, 2015

    5 photos

    Travellers by necessity are quite mean with money. Scant lifesavings- a few thousand pounds if you are lucky, a few thousand more when converted into dollars- doesn't get you very far these days. International flights alone will eat through half of that like an army of ravenous ants. Coupled with this, as the rest of the world rises economically, the places where one can live like a king on next to nothing are getting fewer and far between. This is a good thing. I think. So long as ...