Hotel America

Av. Luzuriaga N0 479, Huaraz, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Luzuriaga N0 479, Huaraz, is near Parque Nacional Huascaran, Archaeological Site of Chavin, Plaza de Armas, and Monumento Nacional Wilcahuain Ruin.
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Travel Blogs from Huaraz

Santa Cruz trek - 4 days

A travel blog entry by lizethperu on May 24, 2014

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... br> We left Huaraz at 6am on Saturday. It was like 4 hours by car to get to the starting point of the hike (vaqueria)
We started the hike around 11am with a sunny and hot day. The way to get the first camping place was quiet nice. Almost all flat way and traditional landscapes. Around 3500 msnm We got to the camping at around 3pm and it was a long day for us until we got our first dinner. Cold started soon and i started feel a bit freezen. We got hot soup and chicken with rice ...


A travel blog entry by weebles on Apr 14, 2014

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... a few hours but we've only been walking in a valley on the flat so in already dreading uphill! We have an ascent to make in order to camp and although I'm so slow Ben nicknames me 'iplod' we get there in the end, albeit soaking wet. Good old Marco however had gone on ahead and is already setting up camp and making tea when I arrive; a far cry from our cycling days! It's cold and we have a creepy moment looking out the tent to see several large ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Feb 20, 2014

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... for 20 secs every minute on the toughest bits and took lots of photos to justify it, though the views, even in the rain, were worthy.

Nearly the people on the bus didn’t arrive at the lagoon, for one reason or another, apparently altitude related. We were far lower (4550m at the laguna) than Pastoruri (5000m) but our ascent was over 650m rather than 200m, so maybe the time/level of exertion at altitude is the issue. I was lucky not to have any ...

Sock eating cows and a Paramount mountain

A travel blog entry by gretchenwolf on Nov 28, 2013

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... world around me. *One of my favorite small moments of walking this trail, was my Australian/Fijian friend, Danny. We all had different trekking speeds which resulted in several of us walking solo much of the day. I will never forget hearing Danny, high behind me on the mountain as we made our way down into the valley after our summit, singing Prince in his deep, booming voice-like a distant, nastalgic echo from the 80s. *We all know that cows love salt. Wise words for ...

Huaraz-no frills, all thrills

A travel blog entry by gretchenwolf on Nov 16, 2013

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... my decision. Thin air won the toss. The amazon would just have to wait until next time. So I bid goodbye to the neighborhood I'd grown to love and hopped a flight back to Lima to catch an 8-hour overnight bus, north to Huaraz. I booked my one night in Lima through airbnb and stayed with a charming couple in their home, along with their Peruvian hairless dog, and two giant turtles. After my long bus ride to Huarez, I was delivered to a charming, sunny guest house up the road from ...