Hotel Los Olivos

Address: Av. Jose Santos Chocano 910 , Lima, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Local life in Lima

A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 13, 2015

... of the largest in the area. It dated back from the late 16th century, and had stunning moorish balconies overhanging the street, the intricately carved cedar wood designed to keep the identity of its female residents a secret from any men passing below. After meandering around one of the galleries in the area, packed with beautiful works of art, trinkets and jewellery, we were ushered into a restaurant by the proprietor, a third generation member of the family who had lived ...

Date with the Horses

A travel blog entry by jrubina on Jul 19, 2015

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... one. Very bright colours, marching music and generally a very happy parade that went on until about 8pm. Michelle and I enjoyed mixing it up with the locals and followed the parade for hours. Great fun! Parade finished with a Fire works display and some more music. The fireworks were captured by overhead drones that projected onto screens at the main stage, no expense spared, and Wongs pay for the whole thing!. Very impressed also in regards to crowd behavior and order. There ...

Lines in the sand

A travel blog entry by goldsack on Apr 25, 2015

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Puno to Cusco. What a day! Di picked up a stomach bug which compounded with altitude and medication left her feeling pretty poorly on the night we arrived in Puno (Sunday 19 April). While Colin and Robin went out for tea Di went to bed to sleep and recover.

Next day we had some 400km to get to Cusco and rendezvous with Don. On waking Di was still feeling poorly so the boys went for breakfast and gas. Back to the hostal and Di was gallantly preparing to leave. We decided to ...

Lurking in Lima

A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Apr 21, 2015

2 comments, 25 photos

... one sole (forty cents Canadian). Peruvians seem to be more polite than Canadians by instantly offering seats to the elderly, disabled, or pregnant passengers. The downtown area featured impressive museums, a cathedral, government buildings and a President's Palace from the Spanish era, all in splendid condition and architecturally glorious. Surprisingly, signs advertising various products always had Caucasian models. There was also an enormous and very ...

Field of Dreams

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Mar 31, 2015

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... other's shoulders. In terms of notable features, I was utterly intrigued by the yellowish, shiny cuboid structure in the centre of the green space, which I couldn't for the life of me figure out whether it was an art piece or a functional shed. Google searches have so far come up with nothing. The old elephant house, a sort of grander gazebo relic from the days when the park held a zoo, likewise is charming. Upon returning to the hostel, I found a new roommate had arrived by the name ...

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