Imperiale Residence

Address: Calle E Colina 391 , Lima, 018, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Barranco, Parque de las Leyendas (Zoo), Plaza San Martin, and Presidential Palace (Palacio de Gobierno).
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        Travel Blogs from Lima

        Huaraz, Lima, & Ica...& Lima again...

        A travel blog entry by benkripke on Nov 07, 2015

        9 photos

        ... and I went back north/east an hour to a coastal town called Paracas. Here, we spent a couple hours taking a boat tour to a nearby island known as "the Poor Man's Galapagos". Basically, it's very expensive to fly to the Galapagos and tour there, but there are a handful of islands off the coast of South America (some in Ecuador, some in Peru, etc.) that are known for being very affordable but also offering some of the similar beautiful views and quirky birds/animals/fish as ...

        Love in Lima, Dunes in Huacachina

        A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Aug 22, 2015

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        ... the Central Plaza, San Francisco church and catacombs and ended up in the Maury Hotel where there was a surprise Pisco Sour tasting. The Maury Hotel is famed for having the bar in which this iconic drink was invented.

        This marked the end of the tour and on the way back to the hotel some of the group were dropped at the Archaeological Museum. This group found ...

        Day 2 - Lima City of Kings & Queens your and Larco

        A travel blog entry by bass_alive on Aug 14, 2015

        ... not permitted Jose had bought us a little time for a quick snap)! A little bit of history: Jose explained that the church had historically been funded by patrons (some voluntarily and some less so ...). The Spanish introduced Catholicism to Peru and locals were given a choice: join the church (and donate) or die: those refusing to join/donate were often burnt, or worse as we saw later in the catacombs. As a result many Peruvians went to church and donated but without ...


        A travel blog entry by niranjan on May 21, 2015

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        ... s large coast makes the sea very rich in fish and seafood, which have a great taste due to the special plankton they eat.

        Lima is built upon a valley surrounded by an extremely arid desert. In the summer, the weather is usually beautiful, very warm and sunny, sometimes with rains around January. In the winter, the city is overcast and rainy for days at a time.

        Metropolitan Lima is a metropolis of almost 8.5 million people. Many of these people ...

        Day One in Peru

        A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Mar 29, 2015

        1 comment, 7 photos

        ... We crossed on road at an intersection that we thought was safe because the lead car was stopped for a traffic jam. A girl ahead of us decided to cross so we followed her. When she fell, I thought it might be because of her wearing high heeled shoes. But when we fell just behind her I discovered that the lead car was towing the following car with an old rope that I couldn't see due to the darkness. We continued on with bruised ...