Las Garzas Hotel

Ave Bolognesi 101, Chiclayo, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ave Bolognesi 101, Chiclayo.
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    Travel Blogs from Chiclayo

    Señor Sipàn and Chiclayo

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Aug 10, 2014

    10 photos

    We decided to go to Chiclayo from Cajamarca to check out the tomb of Señor de Sipàn. A pre-Incan king who's tomb was uncovered, fully intact in 1987. It surprises me that it was found so recently and with all the bodies, jewellery etc. We took a combi (local taxi/bus) to Layambaque to the museum of Sipàn. We didn't really have a clue what we were doing or how to get to the museum but ...

    Tombs, Starbucks and musicals

    A travel blog entry by slmackay on Nov 28, 2013

    1 photo

    ... lots of voodoo dolls which were well creepy.

    As we had heard there was a Starbucks in one of the malls we decided to head there. We were in serious need of proper coffee after all of the instant coffee in Ecuador and although Starbucks is not great it is defo better than what we had been drinking recently. There was also a cinema so we were hoping there would be something good to watch too.
    There wasn't so ...

    Huaca Rajada and Puerto Eyen

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Sep 02, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... I enjoyed a parihuela with a thick seafood chowder. We walked briefly on the beach, one block from the house, and then returned to the Mercy home for peaches and ice cream. Leaving Puerto Eten Pedro took us through Monsefu just to show us more of the countryside. This evening we will be with Renan and Graciela who have offered us a bed in Chiclayo and assistance to get to the bus station before 7 am for our trip to ...

    King Kong, kidnapping and a theft

    A travel blog entry by emmazach on Jan 17, 2013


    ... safer. Nothing is ever simple! Our guidebook recommended three different hotels in Chiclayo, the cheapest of which is "usually rented by the hour", however unsavoury it sounded we wanted to save the money so ended up down a dingy alley which unfortunately, or fortunately?, had no rooms available. Our second choice was much nicer with a little old lady at reception, whose husband joined her in the evening to watch television. Another man who worked there took every opportunity to ...

    Peru is hot

    A travel blog entry by nathan.gilpin on Apr 02, 2012

    ... green shrubbery. As we made out way towards civilization we started making stops for people to hop off and a few to hop on. All the towns and villages we passed through were desperate looking with shacks, unpaved roads, stray animals and not much else. Finally, at about 7:20AM we stopped for the last time in Piura, Peru. As we had made our approach through the city, I was pretty discouraged at what I saw and didnīt feel much like ...