Hotel Continental

Address: Jr. Amazonas 760, Cajamarca, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jr. Amazonas 760, Cajamarca.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Continental Cajamarca

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Travel Blogs from Cajamarca

Nice place, shame about the staff...

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on May 31, 2014

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... second pizza was meat-free, though they had clearly just scraped off the chicken, but done it so badly that bits of chicken were still sticking out of the top of it. We went home, with Lynds having no dinner, pretty cross. (Nowhere else was open for veggie food, it being a Sunday night.)

We were up at 3.15 a.m. the next day, for an early bus to Chachapoyas, hoping for another welcoming and pretty town, but better customer service.

Martin & ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Feb 05, 2014

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... and
it is great to see most new construction is in the tradition al styles too, but
each with regional variations. Here the soil is ironic (you know, ferrous)
orange so the houses are too but also they use several horizontal layers of small
rocks here with the occasional one missing, for ventilation I presume – many adobe
house have poor bricklaying skills creating gaps and big gaps around the eaves,
so am surprised it ...


A travel blog entry by wingedwords on Dec 20, 2013

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... creative at the last farm I was at in Vilcabamba, Ecuador and thought I'd share.. I've uploaded several roughs to my soundcloud: Most of them were written for the churango, a traditional Andean instrument (kind of like a mandolin or a ukulele) that I'm learning to play. Better versions will have to wait until I get a churango of my own. And time!

Cajamarca 2 - Cumbe Mayo

A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Sep 04, 2013

1 comment, 16 photos

... other side, but Naomi was the only one adventurous enough to try for at one point there is total darkness. I preferred to walk around and I actually made it around in less time than Naomi taking the short cut through the crevice. The Toyota jeep was put through a real test in the climb to Cumbe Mayo, and in the descent. When back in Cajamarca Muriel took us to Runitiana or as it is more commonly known "the chair of the Inca", a high lookout ...

Drop the dead donkey - Ecuador to Peru

A travel blog entry by candcthai on Jul 02, 2013

... and waited for the bus which didn't come so we walked the 2kms into the village toward the bus station. Just as we got there the bus pulled in ( at 10.30) so we had to sprint the last few yards and even so we still didn't get seats and had to stand. We prayed that someone would get off but no one moved for the first hour until at last the bus guy told us to get ready for when the bus stopped as the people at the front were getting off. We quickly jumped into their seats ...