Hostal Las Lineas

Address: Jiron Arica 299, Nasca, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jiron Arica 299, Nasca, is near Cantalloc Aqueduct, Casa-Museo Marí Reiche, and Didactic Museum Antonini (Museo Antonini).
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Travel Blogs from Nasca

Harry Makes Up Ridiculous Archaeological Theories

A travel blog entry by harry.harrison on Nov 07, 2015

... main purpose of the stay there was to have a Pisco in Pisco and to inject some money into a town rebuilding. Intrepid Travel is in to that sort of goodwill travel. Fair enough too, they did get earthquaked. Earthquacked? Earthquuck? You conjugate the verb 'to earthquake' then.

So I had a Pisco Sour in Pisco, but it was too sour, so I settled for my new favourite soft drink. My aim is to drink as muck Inca Kola as possible while I am in Peru, as ...

Chilling in Nasca

A travel blog entry by travel_whispers on Oct 28, 2015

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... was now time for my Spanish lesson, since I needed to practice my Spanish. Fair amount! We had a good laugh though. The aqueducts are also interesting, and it is simply amazing to think that some of them are still working, after all these years. Real feats of engineering. After the aqueducts we had some time to kill before I had to be at the planetarium. My new friend then asked me whether I wanted to go for a drink, and I thought "why not"? He then told me he is going ...

Nazca Lines - what were they (and I) thinking?

A travel blog entry by ggoat on Sep 29, 2015

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An overnight bus from Arequipa had me arriving in the dusty streets of Nazca at about 7am. A couple of phone calls later and I was on a minibus to the tiny airport packed with 6 and 8 seat planes taking tourists up over the Nazca lines.

Over the past 3 days, with little electricity on the hike through Colca Canyon, I had been aware of trying to conserve my camera's battery for the flight. And I had ...

The Desert of Peru

A travel blog entry by bikeakiko on Sep 13, 2015

The Desert of Peru

Have not written much since we hit the desert of Peru. In summary, it is a landscape of the biggest sand dunes you have ever seen, as far as you can see, spotted with poor little towns and a few pockets of fields where some incredible produce and fruit is grown wherever of course there is some water somewhere. There have been some fabulous little fishing villages that attract tourist surfers when in season. Definitely ...

Day 64/164: Stage 52 Hostel to Nazca 134km

A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Sep 12, 2015

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... there was actually a slight narrow raised hump. This was just enough to not allow the front wheel to drop off the road onto the side but instead make a sudden left turn to follow the hump - except I was going quite fast and not expecting this - so instead I carried on in the direction I expected to be going in, rather than in the same direction as my front wheel. Took me completely by surprise and suddenly found myself in ...

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