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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Travel Blogs from Trujillo

Trujillo such a long story!!

A travel blog entry by tmoore90 on Oct 27, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... Malheureusement nous ne le trouvons pas. On apprendra de retour à l'hôtel qu'il n'avait pas vu notre email avec l'heure du rendez vous. Bref nous nous sommes quand même promener et avons vu pas mal d'édifices dont les façades étaient très colorées et magnifiquement ornées. Nous planifions un tour aux multiples temples et sites archéologiques à l'extérieur de la ville pour toute la journée du ...

Day 2: Traveling to Cusco

A travel blog entry by 3beansabroad on Oct 21, 2014

8 photos

... bit of a preview to the conditions for our hike and a sense of what needs to be on our shopping list. I need gloves and a hat. Mike wants another layer (shirt, I'm guessing) and a hat.

At the Peru Treks office they took our cash for the balance due and wanted it in our crispest American $20s. We didn't quite understand why the condition of the bills was so important, but Elizabeth insisted it was. We next got a briefing of what to expect ...

North to the warmth of Trujillo

A travel blog entry by sue.tonytravels on Aug 19, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... highway along the coast, so ocean on one side and desert and sand dunes on the other. It looked like a set from Star Wars at times!

Our main reasons for going to Trujillo were to see Chan Chan and the pyramids of Huaca del Sol y de la Luna, archaelogical sites from the Chimu and Moche periods.

We saw both sites in one day and started with the Huacas first. The interior of Huaca del Sol is not open to the public (it ...

Pyramids, pyramids

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Jun 06, 2014

82 photos

... we travelled by combi bus to the museum on the edge of the site, spending around an hour in the museum, which was full of splendid artefacts, some genuine and old, some restored or recreations.

After a short break, we walked over to the Huaca de Luna (Moon Pyramid), for a guided tour. (The Huaca del Sol is closed to the public, as it requires extensive excavation, which will take years. The site of both pyramids was only rediscovered and excavated ...

Lima, Peru

A travel blog entry by joeandmez on Apr 22, 2014

1 comment, 42 photos

... and streets. It is still in the process of being uncovered as it was all under a dirt hill. Unfortunately 2 thirds of it was destroyed by current civilisations building over it.

The next day we were back at the airport to take our flight to The Amazon Jungle...

P.S A couple more videos to come in this post once we get better internet. I mean who would of thought the middle of the Amazon would have poor internet haha


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