Hotel Copacabana

Address: Calle Arias Araguez 370 , Tacna, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Arias Araguez 370 , Tacna, is near Masada, Grotto of the Annunciation, Crusader Fortress, and Megiddo.
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Travel Blogs from Tacna

Day 1 and 2

A travel blog entry by robinturner on Jul 10, 2014

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It's been a busy couple of days to begin this adventure. Yesterday was a long day. We left Winnipeg at 6:30 am and arrived at our guest house at 2:30 am. To say that our guest house is "basic" is a bit of an understatement. Everything is clean, but strongly smells of mothballs. The dampness of the weather creates a cold, clammy and musty atmosphere, which is quite uncomfortable. The room itself is small and the three of us have had to be creative to ...

The two L's, LA and Lima

A travel blog entry by miriamandnikita on May 08, 2014

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... Miriam has great acting skills and can describe everything using giant hand gestures we managed to use someone else's card and another language barrier was dodged!

Our last day in Lima was spent with Miriam's friend, Brenda she met in Abu Dhabi, she took us to an amazing club by the water and we ate like kings and queens!
Our afternoon was spent at Huaca Pucllana. Basically it was built between 200 AD and 700 AD, It is an historical site in Lima ...

Rupac ruins

A travel blog entry by lizethperu on Apr 17, 2014

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... tents so we got almost all wet, was so crazy! That night nobody could sleep as we were dying of cold. We set up the fire some minutes after the raining stopped but the most worthly thing was the double rainbow we could see! It was incredible! The show keeps going with the clouds under us! Because literally we were over them. The sunset was speechless with those orange colors and the full moon with the perfect shape and bright ...

We've been conned!

A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Jan 16, 2014

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... in the cheaper country. We drove through no mans land and across the boarder line painted on the road before queing to get into Peru. It was no surprise that the entry cards our driver sold were piled up high and were given out for free, but that's how it goes. Not quite understanding the immigration lady we believe that we have up to 3 months here based on the foreign office website. After just 25 minutes we were in Peru. We jumped back into the car and the scenery did ...

Hasta la vista Peru

A travel blog entry by humpooper on Jan 15, 2014

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... if we ate Peruvian. But hey there is only so much guinea pig, tough chicken and rice one can take! Cusco and Lima food was the most expensive of the trip but they also had the best food and lovely restaurants! So all in all it was worth it, but the savings we made in Bolivia we blew in Peru, however still on track with the £1000 per month by the looks of things (hurrah!!). Travel mileage: We endured our longest bus trip in this country of 20hrs (was supposed to be ...