Hostal Torreblanca

Address: Av. Jose Pardo 1453, Miraflores, Lima, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Miraflores area of Lima, is near Huaca Pucllana (Juliana), Bike Tours of Lima, Sala Museo Oro del Peru, and Chavin de Huantar.
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    Travel Blogs from Lima

    Understanding the Human Brain

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Oct 04, 2014

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    ... has often been noted, and has sometimes been attributed to a fundamental perversity, a sort of 'pure cussedness', in human nature.

    The world has changed since the philosopher Owen Barfield wrote those words thirty-five years ago. But the paradox, as he calls it, has got no nearer being resolved, while the evidence has continued to accumulate that his hunch was right. Our increasing ability to manipulate the world does indeed appear somehow connected with its ...

    Carousing with the Carranza Cousins

    A travel blog entry by crazy.travelers on Sep 10, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... stuff. In Mexico we named it snot fruit. Okay, maybe not so appetizing, but really it is good.



    For lunch at the Regatas, we had an appetizer that looked like an egg roll but wasn't - you ate it with mashed avocado. Then two kinds of ceviche, the standard kind and another kind without onions and in sort of a sauce. I don't know which was better - they were both wonderful. Then I had ...

    Looking around Lima

    A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Aug 07, 2014

    8 photos

    ... Palace, at midday you can see a changing of the guard ceremony. Next stop was the San Francisco Monastery and Cathedral. As it is still a working monastery, only a small portion of building is open to the public and there are no photo’s allowed. Constructed in the 17th century, it is one of Peru’s most cherished sites and boasts a large library, thousands of Spanish tiles, several frescos and large catacombs. While on our way to the catacombs, we had ...

    Days 129 - 131: Lima, Peru

    A travel blog entry by tksa on Feb 04, 2014

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    ... Peru's delicious signature fish dish. But the meal was made truly memorable by the Mexican-style band complete with guitarists plucking away from on top of the bar, a saxophonist, drummer and the very charasmatic leader singer who would often walk into the crowd with his microphone to ask where the diners were from. The atmosphere was incredible. One elderly lady of about 80, we found particularly amusing! She sat tapping her feet and banging the ...

    Cusco to Tambopata Research Center

    A travel blog entry by nicval on Nov 22, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... boots and came upon a small group of spider monkeys and then later red howlers. A later walk showed us the final monkey on the check list: the dusky titi. Uriel, our guide, having grown up in the jungle knows everything about the animals and plants. He spoke about an infusion of one leaf called the para para, like the "blue pill" he said. Para para means " raising up" so you get the idea! Today, up early for our four hour ride to Puerto Maldonado. This town in just down the river ...