Hostal Cesar'S

Address: Av. V.R. Haya de la Torre N0 237, Trujillo, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. V.R. Haya de la Torre N0 237, Trujillo, is near Barranco, Gold Museum (Museo de Oro del Peru), Plaza San Martin, and Amano Museum (Museo Amano).
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    One Visit is Definitely Enough !

    A travel blog entry by forsterb on Oct 21, 2014

    ... from the approximate 10 million people in Lima.

    Peru is divided into “departmentos” not states – Peru has 24 departmentos and Trujillo is the capital of Las Libertas departmentos. The town of Salaverry is the port town just outside of Trujillo where our ship docked. It’s an area noted for fishing and agriculture.

    Our first objective was to go southwest on the South-American Highway towards the Sun ...

    A day of enlightenment

    A travel blog entry by coco89 on Jul 30, 2014

    ... too spectacular. So we went past all the most important sights, had a look at a couple of souvenir shops and ended up having lunch before going on a one day trip to look at the pre inca ruins in the area. When waiting for our tour guide I ran into James again (the English guy who I had travelled to and around Lima with), who was now travelling with his boyfriend Henrik. We quickly set up a dinner date for Huanchaco before going our separate ways for the day. Once again we ...

    Nuclear testing zone? No, it's the Chan Chan!

    A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on May 29, 2014

    94 photos

    ... about. (Mr H: one was two feet long!) After this, we walked to the site, which is about 1.5km from the Museum. When starting along the long, dusty road which leads to the site, we wondered whether it could double as a nuclear testing ground, since the area seemed devoid of all wildlife (save for a dead budgie we found by the side of the road). When we arrived at the entrance of the Nik An Palace, just a small part of the Chan Chan site, we were struck by just how huge ...

    Working in a huaca in Lima

    A travel blog entry by franmullineux on May 11, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... enormous!) dating from the Lima period just outside Lima itself. I took the open topped bus there, passing enormous sand dunes, with houses perched right on the edge of them on the way....not sure I would want to live up there! When we got to Pachacamac itself, the bus drove through the entrance and around the site - the first time I've been on an archaeological site so big that you have to drive around it! It was spectacular! Large expanses of desert interspersed with areas where ...

    Day 26: Cusco to Lima

    A travel blog entry by gregchinery on Jan 15, 2014

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    ... be staying at, but as we were originally arriving there at 2.30am I saw no need to pay the big bucks for an 8 hour sleep. We didn't paint the town red in Lima, in fact we didn't go beyond the hotel as we were tired from the early start that morning. They gave us a cracking lunch and then we went up to our room to nap and blog. Post Script: that night at dinner, who did we espy? None other than Mr Gotta-Get-To-Quito. I lit a virtual incense stick in honour to the Karma ...

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