Hostal Posada Hispana

Francisco Bolognesi 222, Pisco, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pisco

Day 4: Pisco

A travel blog entry by madilavigne


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 …

A couple of nights on the Sours...

A travel blog entry by wildkriv


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 …

Chicken hearts

A travel blog entry by chrisblock


Ok, so today was our first day as a group of 10. Here's the lowdown on the new members: Bex - English girl, 24. Just been working in a bar in Australia for the last eight months. Likes to talk. A lot. Seems cool though. Knows lots about booze and pop music. Larry - Canadian guy in his forties. Get the impression he's loaded. Worked in finance for …

Pisco, Poo and Pictionary

A travel blog entry by christine_wilde


The next stop was Pisco, the grape growing town that gives the brandy, and The Cocktail, its name. Provided you believe the Peruvian take on pisco-centric events.

The town was devastated by an earthquake into 2006 and has been struggling to clamber out of the rubble ever since. Though four years have elapsed since the quake, Pisco's …

Bird watching and sand boarding combo

A travel blog entry by kellyham

Arrived to Pisco, not really knowing that much about the history of the town except, that it had a cateogory 8 earthquake in 2007. Almost four years later and the town still haven't recovered from the earthquake, streets are in rumbles and houses and buildings are all torn down and vacant. There are a lot of people displaced from their home and …

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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Posada Hispana Pisco

    Reviewed by wildkriv


    Reviewed Oct 13, 2013
    by (26 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    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.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hostal Posada Hispana Pisco

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good