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

Nazca / Ica / Huacachina

A travel blog entry by tomogle on Jun 03, 2015

... shapes. It was mind boggling to think that an ancient civilisation spent around 500 years moving the earth and moving rocks to create these figures - and no one knows why! The flight in total was 30 minutes which was a decent time and probably didn't need to be any longer because Archie was feeling very queazy by the end! We both jumped into a cab and drove to the plaza again where we sat in a little restaurant, drank pineapple juice and used the wifi. I had ...

Nazca and those line things

A travel blog entry by racheljaynet on May 30, 2015

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... in some blazing sun. We watch some rather enthusiastic personal trainer lead some girls in press ups and generally call everyone chubs. I read some Cosmo and paint myself in bird poo before we head back to the room and recreate musical theatre scenes complete with the wife's spotlight. Jo has some form of stroke over water in her hair and absolutely screams the hotel down. She then freaks out as Laura, Charlotte and I storm the room to kill off the murderer, ...

Nasca lines

A travel blog entry by laura_paddy on Apr 03, 2015

17 photos

... flight map, but we saw many more figures not shown on it! The flight was at 8:30 am but you're advised not to have breakfast beforehand as the pilot really has to dip the wings each side so that passengers on either side (of the 6-seater plane) can see the lines clearly! Amazing P.S. Photos are a bit of an eye ...

Signposts for the space highway

A travel blog entry by 7800miles on Apr 02, 2015

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The coast of central Peru is desert (and the rain doesn't fall on the plains here) and while there are oases of life around the various rivers from the mountains some folks decided to setup shop right in the middle of the desert bits. The Nazca civilization came about between 100BC and 800AD and their lasting legacy is something that you can only see from the sky: the Nazca lines. There are many theories why they built them (anything you come ...

Nazca lines

A travel blog entry by ianandsarah2014 on Mar 14, 2015

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Discovered first in the late 1930's by a pilot studying irrigation. The Nazca Lines are a series of ancient geoglyphs consisting of lines, animals and symbols created by the Nazca people between 400 and 650 AD. Only designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994 (they took their sweet time) The lines were created by removing dark rocks to show the light earth underneath and because of the region's ...