Hostal Posada Hispana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Posada Hispana Pisco
An excellent choice! Friendly hotel located just off the main square. Large comfortable en suite room complete with bamboo fittings and cable TV.
S60 per room.
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Travel Blogs from Pisco
After the Ballestas Islands we continued on to our destination for the day, the town of Pisco. Scot had told us that the town wasn't particularly safe after dark so we all decided to go out in the daylight to sample the local drink. Five of us shared 1.5L of original and passion fruit Pisco Sour, I can say I enjoyed the drink even knowing there is …
Pisco- May 16, 2013
After leaving my wondering guiding family and the wonderful city of Ica, it's time to get closer to the coast and away from all of the desert. My first stop is the Bird Island's, know as the Islas Ballestas. I find a group of fellow tourist and they offer to let me come aboard their boat, as long as I pay for their friend's …
Crushed by a 2007 earthquake where the evidence is still clear to see, Pisco is a small and welcoming town. Frequented La Taberna de Don Jaime (thankfully not a part of Mr Oliver's empire) two times in as many nights and got on the town's and indeed the nation's favourite beverage, the Pisco Sour, a cocktail made from egg white, lemon juice, syrup …
... I somebody has ever gotten bird phobia from having seen Hitchcock’s “The Birds”, these islands is not a place to go. Luckily, the sea was extremely calm, which gave us excellent opportunities for getting very close to several of the small rock islands, where the sea lions for sun bathing and resting. We also saw others fighting for territory – or females. Who knows? Sometimes when the waves were receding around the rocks we could see starfish as well. It ...Paracas, Peru chrisser71