Hotel La Maison Suisse

Carretera Panamericana , Nasca, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera Panamericana , Nasca, is near Cantalloc Aqueduct, Casa-Museo Marí Reiche, and Didactic Museum Antonini (Museo Antonini).
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    Travel Blogs from Nasca

    Nazca lines

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jul 24, 2014

    27 photos

    ... day. The Irish/ English left to check out of their hostel and still we waited. The documentary played again. Then around 9:30 we were told to go through to the next waiting area and pass security. We went through, they called our names and excitedly we went outside and onto the Tarmac. Yay! Flight time. We were so excited, we took photos of the plane and got in. We sat and waited for our turn to take off. Sadly we should have noticed that the pilot did not get in the plane. Both he ...

    Stepping Back Into History

    A travel blog entry by kelliacurtis on Jun 04, 2014

    19 photos

    ... lines left me quite nauseous. I enjoyed seeing the ancient drawings in the sediment, but I was also longing for it to be over quickly. My camera also died in the midst of the flight, another bummer. As we saw the last of 14 drawings I was eager to get back on land and get my stomach calmed.

    The afternoon came with some relaxation, which I was looking forward to. I took a nap and wrote a bit. I spent ...

    Magical Day

    A travel blog entry by kelliacurtis on Jun 03, 2014

    81 photos

    ... in to our lodging, and decided on a group dinner. Manuel, our guide, led the way. The lovely dinner and great conversation was a nice conclusion to this very special day. I got to talk with the group about the great God that put this day together, oh what a blessing it had been. Yes, some days fall in the history books of our lives. The days that no words, no pictures, and even conversation cannot begin to explain. It was a magical day in every way!


    Days 356 - 358: Peru; Mystery and Nature

    A travel blog entry by djmorton on May 02, 2014

    92 photos

    ... as it's really the only way you can actually see and appreciate the lines. Similar lines were completed by the Palpa people a few centuries before the Nazca lines, but were on the slopes of hills which meant they could be seen from the ground.
    I got a little / lot frustrated with our Nasca Line's guide. When I visit a place I need to know the "who, when, where, why, how" to really understand a place. Sadly these questions cannot be answered definitively about the Nasca ...

    Down underground and up flying high...

    A travel blog entry by niblet on Apr 01, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... male of the group he was the "king" and that meant I was selected by default as the "queen". This new found responsibility meant we had to throw leaves on top of the mound of earth where the food was cooking underground to give thanks for the food. Then we had to drink the juice of the purple corn, pour some onto the ground and say a few words to pay homage. Once the ritual was over we dug up the wrapped food, and eat smokey delights such as chicken, beef and pork with ...