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I can't rave about Lima. For one thing, it's got to be the noisiest city in the world. For some unknown reason, every vehicle in Lima has got a mean set of horns and the drivers are pathologically obsessed with leaning on them with the full weight of their bodies. As a result of this, everyone is a little deaf in Lima, so they have to constantly …
... to organise a taxi to take us to the Historico Centro, she expressed shock at our desire to leave the immediate environs of the hotel and dismay that we also planned to explore the city on foot. She insisted on giving us a map and highlighting which streets it was safe to walk down and which we should avoid at all costs for fear of some unspoken terrors. She made us promise we would not ...
... it felt like a short ride. Most of the rail has or granite rocks on both sides and a river on one side and rocks on the other. Impossible to understand how they made it.
Yesterday I had a fabulous day from 830 till 7.30 exploring th sacred valley. I don’t remember any of the names of the places I visited, temples, churches, fantastic views and more. What I do remember is the third site where I climbed 250 steps up and down, but it was worth it, and to my own surprise I do ...
So it is my last two days in S. America. It will be bittersweet as I had such a great time, had a lot of epic adventures, met a lot of awesome people from all over, travelers & locals. I arrived in Lima early in the morning from the 9 hour bus ride from Trujillo. Lima is the biggest city in Peru, with over 2 million people, and is known for being dangerous as there ...
... far more peaceful than Bolivia, but have no idea what it was for. We got back to our hostel, checked out and went for lunch and beers then cocktails, which seemed like a good way to finish off our trip.
Now we're waiting for a cab to take us to the airport, then London - via Amsterdam - in 15 or so short hours.
its been an amazing 4 months, so thanks for reading our ever-so-slightly indulgent blog.
See you on the other side!
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Aleman Lima
Other places to stay in Lima
Lima Residencial, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $200
- Great Hotel
- Love the JW Marriott
- Home away from home in a complicated city
Cercado de Lima, Lima | 5 star hotelfrom $152
- This hotel is in a scary area
- So noisy
- Good Location
San Isidro, Lima | 5 star hotelfrom $195
Lima Central, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $49
- Liked the old fasion style
- Faded glory
- Still A Grand Hotel + Machu Picchu The Highlight
Lima Residencial, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $132
- Un excellent h˘tel
- Ausgezeichnetes Hotel
- Me encantˇ el Melia
San Isidro, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $186
San Juan De Lurigancho, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $129
Lima Residencial, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $159
- Great Hotel
- Servizio fantastico
- Great Service
Lima Residencial, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $128
Miraflores, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $129
Callao, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $215
Lima Este, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $100
Lima Residencial, Lima | 5 star hotelfrom $260
- Toller Platz - ein Besuch lohnt sich
- Great Hotel, Great Service - Stay at the Park
- Great place to visit
Lima Residencial, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $73
Lima Residencial, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $66
Lima Norte, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $130
Lima Residencial, Lima | 5 star hotelfrom $101
Guardia Civil 727, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $112
San Isidro, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $303
Lima Residencial, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $145
Lima Este, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $94
Lima Central, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $214
- The best hotel in lima
- First Class
- First Rate Hotel
Comas, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $130
Miraflores, Lima | 2 star hotelfrom $171
San Isidro, Lima | 5 star hotelfrom $111