Hostal Alfredo'S Palace

Address: AV.Centenario #184, Huaraz, ., Peru | Hotel
 
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Location

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

Hiking, lagunas and altitude

A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Sep 09, 2014

110 photos

... I'd found in the supermarket were going down a treat with all) andf then it was tie to head back down. this was a bit easier howevr breathing at altitude was still a little difficult. All in all we walked about 16km, rising about 750m and getting to an altitude of approx 4,650 masl. Returning to the bus on time (about 5.5 hours later) we had to wait over 1.5 hours for a girl who was obviously struggling a little / very slow and who had missed the deadline that luckily for ...

The time I trekked. Huaraz Peru. Beautiful

A travel blog entry by cracka on Sep 06, 2014

62 photos

... in my mouth and nose, I have no water and there's three hours of walking to go and it's hot gerrrrrrr. We turn a bend and there's the rushing stream escaped from the lake and lush green grass. Heaven. At points I thought Steve was right. 'Why would anyone chose to do this?' I thought just as he had asked before I signed up. Just look at the photos! Random note from my journal: The best part about overthinking things is when you know you're overthinking ...

Trekking through the Land of Lakes

A travel blog entry by s-oldfield on Aug 18, 2014

4 photos

... surmountable rock face). Except the rock face turned out to be more like a cliff side. And the cable fixed in place to help was worn down to a precarious-looking thread. And then I also remembered, "****, I have a phobia of rock climbing." But while my mind freaked out and I involuntarily repeated "I don't think I can do this" over and over, my body propelled itself upwards until I was at the top, looking down at Elisa and saying in surprise, "Oh my gosh, I just did ...

Spectacular journey to the mountains

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Jun 30, 2014

29 photos

... The first section was along cliff hugging roads with deserts, sand dunes and mountains to the right and a steep drop into the Pacific Ocean on the left. After 300km we started winding up into the mountains. The canyons and foothills were beautiful and by the time we reached a high plateau at over 4000m there were an array of stunning snow-capped peaks over 6000m that had everyone on the bus rummaging for their cameras and pointing in awe. They went on for ages and were still ...

Sam

A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Feb 23, 2014

65 photos



Finally Carnaval/Cruces parade Day arrives and in style – the locals have had huge piles of beer delivered and stalls of roast pork are set out before 9, the music, dancing and drinking starting almost immediately. At San Francisco and Soledad churches the Catholic celebration seems to be an excuse for many to let loose and they don't set foot in the church – just as well in my book given the hourly repetitive masses and ...