Hotel Chavin

Address: Jose Galvez 222, Barranca, Peru | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Lima Central area of Barranca, is near Shopping Center Larcomar (Centro Comercial Larcomar), Colonial City (Old City), Parque Reserva, and Playa Pulpos.
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    Travel Blogs from Barranca

    Lima

    A travel blog entry by north2south on May 31, 2015

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... food, but Jose was knowledgeable about all that is Peru. To be frank, he was AMAZING; we wished we had him with us during our whole stay in Lima. If anyone reading this goes to Lima, sign up for Jose's tour with the 'Lima te Llena' company. We could not have been anymore satisfied, physically and mentally. Soon he'll have his own stand in the local market, which will add cooking lessons to the tours. For now, customers cook at a Jose's ...

    Everyday - a blog for my ´causitas´

    A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Nov 12, 2014

    1 comment

    ... kind, generous and welcoming people at every turn of my travels. Not just in Peru; My aunty Lalie and uncle Lloyd in atlanta who set me up when I first arrived in America and my cousin Lihinie who lent me her car. Aunty Dawny and Uncle Claud, aaaaall my friends in Greensboro who made my experience so special (and gave me rides everywhere when my car was no longer an option), ... Of course Emily and Peder for being my adopted family and supporting ...

    Understanding the Human Brain

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Oct 04, 2014

    6 photos

    ... the difference between the hemispheres is to see the left hemisphere's world as tending towards fixity, whereas that of the right tends towards flow. All systems in nature, from particles to the greater universe, from the world of cellular processes to that of all living things, depend on a necessary balance of the forces for stasis with the forces of flow. All existing things could be thought of as the products of this fruitful tension. But again, stasis itself is an ...

    World Cup Final

    A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Jul 13, 2014

    19 photos

    ... around 400AD. They call it the Lima culture although they don’t actually know the name of the civilisation as it hasn’t survived. The guided tour included with admission was excellent and explained the nature of the culture including the fact they worshiped the sea as God Numero Uno. They mainly ate seafood, vegetables and some Cuy, rabbit and other animals. Probably the most interesting thing we found out about Lima is about the ...

    A day in the life of a tinder partier

    A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Jun 02, 2014

    11 photos

    ... tinnys gawping up at the free spirited, majestic, gravity defying chaps, made for relaxing downtime. Lima was a city of firsts. The first time we'd strolled through a park inhabited by cats. Parque Kennedy, a small greenery, home to 50 (ish) stray kitties, reverberates to the sound of multiple, midnight, meowing. Tiggie would have loved it here... Having never trundled through catacombs before, this city presented us with the ...