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

    Gary, Mark, the Newlyweds, and The Rock,

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Apr 09, 2015

    ... were staying in the one we were standing in front of – the Moon Tower of Amsterdam or whatever the Hell it was called. Somehow Gary was back with us at this time – this all occurred prior to the bus station, and traffic circle hopscotch. He had eaten and was somewhat less manic but talking up a storm nonetheless. All in all we had a good chat with the newlyweds and shook hands, wished them well, and bid them adieu. On the way to the bus station Mark and I ...

    Day 251: Piura, Peru and the bus to Tarapoto, Peru

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Mar 18, 2015

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    ... take the river boat from, but had no luck, despite being told it was possible. Instead, we bought the first bus to Tarapoto, Peru (a 15hour ride) for 1:30pm. From there, it's a 2 1/2 ride to Yurimaguas. We had about 5 hours to kill, so we got breakfast (and were pleasantly surprised by both the quality and price) at a hole-in-the-wall joint and then got a hotel room for 4 hours so we could sleep a bit and have a place to chill before leaving. ...

    Day three...the long slow climb

    A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Oct 09, 2014

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    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

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    ... 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. ...

    Sam

    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jan 26, 2014

    ... trees.

    The border formalities were easy and, with a bus straight through, no luggage to shift or currency hassles right off too. I had made sure, being the only gringo on the bus, that I was a memorable person, to make sure I wasn’t left behind at the border, as another 2 people were – they chased us down in a taxi and caught up some 15 mins later!

    The desert continued all the way to Piura ...