LP Hotel Piura

Address: Libertad 875, Piura, Peru | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Libertad 875, Piura, is near Casa de los Contrafuertes (House of the Buttresses).
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    Travel Blogs from Piura

    Peru (Puno, Cusco and Piura)

    A travel blog entry by north2south on Jun 23, 2015

    3 comments, 21 photos

    ... expressed. We leave Bolivia excited for some fresh air and Lake Titicaca views in Puno, Peru. Sacred to Incan culture, Lake Titicaca is regarded as the birthplace of the Incan society. Island territories, some artificial man-made from reeds, dot across the horizon of the highest and largest lake in South America. Unfortunately we only had enough time to explore the Lake's shores and--of course-- jump in! As a team we all presumably felt ...

    Gary, Mark, the Newlyweds, and The Rock,

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Apr 09, 2015

    ... people lined up. Mark gets his money. I do not. So I switch to a credit card. Mark gets 400 somethings. I get 300 somethings. I had thought of staying in Piura but I know without thinking about it that I am not going to stay in this hot, humid, exhaust filled city of 350,000 regardless of the archeology and architectural wonders.

    Gary had suggested a beach town a short bus ride from Trujillo another bustling, exhaust filled city of 600,000. Mark is going to ...

    Day three...the long slow climb

    A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Oct 09, 2014

    7 comments

    Huancabamba deep in the Andes. Yesterday saw the long hard climb up to 3000 feet. We rarely made more than ten kilometre per hour and our trusty steed was definitely grumbling. I will be posting lots of piccys when I can get them to transfer from my camera, and and language I could use can not describe the breath taking scenery. Near the top of the mountain we stopped for a snack and were given a drink that all travellers on the mountain ...

    Day two, so much to tell

    A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Oct 08, 2014

    3 comments

    ... mototaxi ( believe me, by this time she was well sunk in and took a lot of moving). Back to the other track and after a few stalls and sinks I managed to find firmer ground and was well away. Then disaster struck again, the track disappeared and we seemed to have entered a wood with many tracks, where do I go Paddy I shouted (on sand you need to keep the vehicle moving) paddy shouted left, Karen shouted right I got my wheels caught in soft sand and lost control. ...

    Goodbye Ecuador; Hello Peru!

    A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Sep 24, 2014

    ... 8217;ve seen a bus with two different classes. It was only a difference of about $2, so I figured for a seven hour ride it would probably be worth it. I got my ticket and then walked back to the hostel without trying to look too out of place. That wasn’t easy. I made it back without any trouble though, so I’m just going to chill at the hostel for the rest of the night and then head off in the ...