La Quinta Allison

28 de Julio 281, Miraflores, Lima, Peru | Hotel
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Journal Entry on Peru

A travel blog entry by latin-america


... to the high mountain where the child will be sacrificed. At the mountain, the child would wait at the lower elevation part of the mountain with the priests while the other prepared the burial site at the summit of the mountain. At the summit, the child is given a maize alcohol to ease the pain or fear of dying. Then the child is placed in the tomb where they die of exposure. Most mummies (including the one I discovered) have fractures on the ...

Peruvian salsa

A travel blog entry by kathy.turner

... very happy chicas! We decided to hit up the shops that we accidentally found last night when looking for a disco tech. Lama jumpers, scarfs and beanies were on the agenda, they felt so so smooth and warm. Kate found her choice dress up item.....white dressing gown looking coat for only 1000 PEN. It did feel amazing though, looked ridiculous though.
The Marriott was right across the road and also had a lama jumper ...

24 Hours to Lima

A travel blog entry by melita.brandon


... Now, you've probably seen fake lips, boobs, hair and nails... But a fake butt, now that is a sight to be seen! The lady in front of us was fake from head to toe, literally everything that you could inject, Botox, enhance, or implant had been done, and she liked to show it off. It was like a car crash, somehow you just had to stare! And we weren't the only ones either. Entire family's were turning as she walked past, mothers were covering their children's eyes, ...

Day 8: Sunday Funday at the Beach Club

A travel blog entry by msj322


... beat down on us.

One of the things Peru is known for is its food. One of the most famous dishes that is native to Peru is ceviche. Ceviche (pronounced Sa - V- Chey) is raw fish that is marinated in lemon juice, and therefore is considered cooked. It is served with onions and spiced with peppers or aji. Boris wanted Carl and I to try it, so we ordered one from our pool side setup. Once again, like everything that I have been ...

A Day in Peru

A travel blog entry by eoinshirl


... we crossed the Bridge of Sighs, aptly named due to the story of the daughter of a wealthy man who owned one of the houses that sat alongside the bridge. The daughter fell in love with a lowly street sweeper but of course the marriage was forbidden. Legend has it that the daughter’s sighs could be heard across the bridge as she waited at the window and pined for a glimpse of her beloved.

Coming back up from the cliff face and into ...


This hotel, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Presidential Palace (Palacio de Gobierno), Callao, Puente Villena (El Paraiso de los Suicidas), and Rio Rimac.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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