Hotel Las Casaurinas

Address: Calle Sucre s/n, Nasca, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Sucre s/n, Nasca, is near Cantalloc Aqueduct, Casa-Museo Marí Reiche, and Didactic Museum Antonini (Museo Antonini).
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Travel Blogs from Nasca

Mummies and the signs of E.T.s?

A travel blog entry by mooretravelling on Nov 18, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... the massive shapes which canīt be seen from the ground? And what would the shapes have meant?

Some believe they make up an astronomical calendar, others - walkways to water or a fertility cult, others again believe they may be representations of visions of hallucinogenic drug-filled shamans, or even extraterrestrial landing sites.

Raoulīs people largely believe that they represent images to the gods thanking them for the two ...

Arequipa to Nasca

A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Nov 18, 2014

... landscaped there is some cover from trees/branches. People are lying on the grassy banks, beer cools in the watery stream. It really just a very warm Sunday, and could be anywhere in the world until you look up at the brown sand dune hills above. The public pools are small and full, mainly of children. We head back to the hotel. Ten soles for entry, one soles for a rather strange hat which is obligatory. We are allowed an hour in the pools. We are the ...

Nazca... Day 52

A travel blog entry by chrisandimbi on Oct 21, 2014

6 photos

... by the wind, whilst twisting, turning and circling to offer the 'best views'. Towards the end of the 25mins, the only thing I was looking at was the tiny spew bag they put in the back of the seat ahead. And why do they make those bags sooooo small?

Feeling worse for wear, we upgraded at the campsite. I showed my face for a bit of dinner, but literally crashed not long after arriving. Just like Chris' horse riding, I think my days of small planes are ...

Bus from Lima to Nazca

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Oct 04, 2014

4 photos

... a much lower altitude so we’ll have a better view of the lines. It should be good.

I went out for dinner at a restaurant near the hostel called Mamashana. It was excellent! It was a little more expensive than some of the other places around, but this was a proper nice restaurant. I had the aji de gallina, which is shredded chicken with potatoes in a creamy sauce, with a side of rice. It was delicious! This was the dish that ...

The Perils Of Doing Lines In Peru.

A travel blog entry by geekabroad on Sep 26, 2014

... of Nazca and spot a few of the famous geoglyphs. And we made it back in time to drop off El Diablo [Fireball SFX] to his masters. That little beast served us well and we were sad to say our farewells.

At the end of a long couple of days, there was no energy (or adrenaline) left in our bodies. Well, just enough to stop at a bar next door to our hotel and take advantage of their 2-for-1 pisco sours. Fifteen minutes into that and we were flying higher than any Nazca flight could have taken ...