Santa Cruz Hotel

Av. Santa Cruz 1347 - Miraflores, Lima, Lima18, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Lima Central area of Lima, is near Shopping Center Larcomar (Centro Comercial Larcomar), Colonial City (Old City), Parque Reserva, and Museo de Arte.
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    Lima Lima Lima

    A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Jul 27, 2014

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    ... problem was when we got there they were full, but at least the guy was helpful in finding us another place, even though he was clearly high. We made our way to Mira Flores which is by the coast and a much nicer area and checked into the Puri Wasi hostel. It was a little more expensive than we wanted but it had room unlike everywhere else and it looked like a nice place. For dinner Kerri and Vicki introduced us to Chifa, a mixture of Chinese and ...

    A day in the life of a tinder partier

    A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Jun 02, 2014

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    ... temptation, taking a rain check on their horny gathering. Wishing them all the best of British, we said goodnight and unleashed them on the women of Lima with their iPhones, lube and northern brashness. Strangley enough, they weren't around for breakfast the next day and sadly, we never saw them again. Ladz. Following a few ailments, Tash and I decided to go gluten free for a 2-week period in the hope that our bodily deficiencies ...

    A short but pleasant stopover

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on May 29, 2014

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    ... It had been evident in Pachacamac too, which is still only partly excavated, and the walls around the town of Pachacamac had been built to stop further encroachment on the ancient site but still you could see where structures had been built over. Evident too is where ancient adobe bricks had been pilfered from the ruins in order to help build houses, walls and other new structures. Hard to believe but evident all over Peru, and from what I hear many other countries.

    How Lizeth became a mountain girl?

    A travel blog entry by lizethperu on Feb 10, 2014

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    Just some days ago I was thinking about how many hikes Ive made so far and I got surprised that the counting was close to 15! It started with “Cumbemayo” in Cajarmarca, there for around 2004 year. It was in a university trip but well the trek was not part of it but I took advantage of the trip and I went for it. It was a long time after I made the second hike. Still without realizing I enjoy hikes I went for “Pisac” ...

    31. Lima (but no Paddington Bear!)

    A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on Jan 10, 2014

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    ... Vivanda" - we stuck to buying a bottle of water. It's strange because everyone talks about how poor Peru is but Miraflores was super wealthy. There are definitely exclusively rich areas in Lima, unlike in London. We'd been told by some Australian guys that Huacachina, 4 hours south of Lima, was amazing where you can do sandboarding and buggy rides on the enormous sand dunes. So we took their advice and made that our next ...