Hostal Alfredo'S Palace

Address: AV.Centenario #184, Huaraz, ., Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on AV.Centenario #184, Huaraz, is near Parque Nacional Huascaran, Archaeological Site of Chavin, Plaza de Armas, and Monumento Nacional Wilcahuain Ruin.
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Travel Blogs from Huaraz

Day in Huaraz

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Sep 28, 2014

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I arrived in Huaraz this morning at about 5am, and I couldn’t believe we were already here. The bus ride didn’t seem to take long at all, so I must have been sleeping for most of it. The bus was really comfortable, again with the footrests and big leather seats. I could get used to this. I got a taxi from the bus terminal over to my hostel and wasn’t sure I was even going to be allowed in at 5am. Not only did they let me in, but they gave me ...

Hiking, lagunas and altitude

A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Sep 09, 2014

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Arriving into Casma at about 6am we were surrounded by illegal taxi drivers, all claiming they could get 5 of us plus bags into their unmarked (and as we later found out, illegal) taxis and stating there were no buses to Huaraz. The 3 of us (me, Max and Diane) were deliberating about whether to take a car, although once questioned the price kept changing and not for our benefit and so I didn't feel comfortable taking one... which was against Max and Diane's wishes to gert ...

The time I trekked. Huaraz Peru. Beautiful

A travel blog entry by cracka on Sep 06, 2014

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... you're in your own crazy reality and unaware of it. It's better to be aware that you're a fool... Everyone has headlights, they cut their fruit with Swiss Army knives, they have special hiking pants and I'm just here like 'derp'. Their qualifications range from telecommunications engineer, optical engineer, seven years studying to be a doctor, seven years studying psychology and law, accountants... A smart bunch. And lovely. The third day was the hardest. After ...

The world cup and (non bowel) movements

A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on Jun 15, 2014

... Alas we’re trying to make the most of our time left, the Galapagos will be our last ‘big’ outing (in fact it was the one thing we’d set as a must do before we left the English shores) but we wish to take in as much culture and relaxation as possible before we head home. Within two weeks of our return we’ll both be back in work but it’s not a concern. We’re both quite looking forward to a bit of stability in our ...


A travel blog entry by weebles on Apr 14, 2014

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... a few hours but we've only been walking in a valley on the flat so in already dreading uphill! We have an ascent to make in order to camp and although I'm so slow Ben nicknames me 'iplod' we get there in the end, albeit soaking wet. Good old Marco however had gone on ahead and is already setting up camp and making tea when I arrive; a far cry from our cycling days! It's cold and we have a creepy moment looking out the tent to see several large ...