Nido Inn

Calle San Martin 211, Lima, 18, Peru | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lima


A travel blog entry by mel_chris


... have looked hundreds of years ago, with the second floor being a platform circling the room and small spiral ladders to reach top shelves, there were also 3 huge sky lights in the roof which allowed the natural light in. Unfortunately we couldn't take photos. We also were allowed down into the catacombs. These were small tunnels that wove deep under the church and where an estimated 70'000 burials took place. All that ...

A Taste Of Peru

A travel blog entry by lottyh


Anthony Bourdain's
sumptuous travel stories on various countries have always captivated
my husband and I, and stirred up travel cravings in; our stomachs.
Before we left for our cruise, we taped several of his “Parts
Unknown” TV show, and then watched the tapes at nigh,t as a way to
relax and unwind.

We always try to eat the local food wherever we go. It is a fascinating and delicious ...

The unexpected

A travel blog entry by mgr.2013


... neighbouring countries too. Peru was the last country in the Latin America to gain independence. Holding up the statue is the Lady of Liberty. Unfortunately, something got lost in translation and rather than holding a flame, she has a llama on her hat – flame is the same word in Spanish as llama. In this square, much of the building dates back to as late as 1920. The best hotel was built here to accommodate heads ...

Group Hug

A travel blog entry by annmennen


Our group has gone their separate ways. Thank you to everyone - it was a real blast and a privilege to share our time in Peru with you all. I know far more about your bowel habits than perhaps I should but hey, when you bond, you bond! Thanks to the lovely Laura and Marie - you walked with me when I was alone and made me laugh a lot! I think you might have cried a little with me too! Thanks to the wonderful Dan ...

Day 4: Arrival in the first big city

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber


... stop... In Quito we were used to being able to hail a bus anywhere along the route.

Before heading "home" we stopped at the grocery store to get some fruit as well as some rice and vegetables for dinner. We were craving fruit and vegetables since we had not had them in about 5 days or so. We got mangos and mandarin oranges for snacks and for dinner with the rice we will have onions, broccoli and carrots.

We don't have ...

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