Manhattan Inn Airport Hotel

Address: Jr Luna Pizarro 168, Callao, Peru | 3 star hotel
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          Travel Blogs from Callao

          Wrapping up Peru

          A travel blog entry by wnrdog on Oct 19, 2015


          Today was the beginning of our hopscotch back to Denver. We flew out of Cusco at 9 am, headed to Lima for the day. After checking into our hotel, we grabbed a cab to the waterfront. In Miraflores, there is shopping, eating, and people watching. We had a late lunch at Tanta, where we sat by the window, watching the paragliders and surfers, while enjoying a fantastic meal one last time in Peru. We got back to the hotel by 6 and were all asleep by 7:30. Our taxi awaits at ...

          Day 287: Lima, Perú

          A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Apr 22, 2015

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          ... time just hanging by myself and eventually went back to Lelé's so I could be home and she wouldn't be locked out of her house. I think I'll make some keys tomorrow just for the sake of not having to be at her place when she says she'll be home because I ended up waiting for her for a while. When she got home we went for a walk to find green which was unsuccessful so we just went back to her place, talked for a bit, and then I ...

          No sleep 'til Picchu

          A travel blog entry by jamesrenshaw on Nov 25, 2014

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          ... snow peak. Every step is hard work at 4600m! A fantastic group of people made for an unforgettable experience and we arrived in Aquas Caliente tired, but ready for steps up to Machu Picchu. The next morning our competitive spirits kicked in as we marched up the 1800 (and I remember each one!) steps, flying past people along the way, meaning only five people were in before us. Anyone who has been will know how busy it gets so having the place pretty much ...

          I believe i can fly

          A travel blog entry by jamieking on Oct 24, 2014

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          ... Its a good job they did as they spoke english and spanish. It was a weird situation to be in for me as although i am travelling with gus and we are friends i still dont actually know that much about him and everyone was asking me where he stayed and things. The sick thing about this hospital was they wouldnt do anythin to help gus until they knew he had insurance so i got his key out his trousers and got a lift back to the hostel from the owners wife. Im surprised ...

          Understanding the Human Brain

          A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Oct 04, 2014

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          ... be, without preconception. Its attention is not in the service of manipulation, but in the service of connection, exploration and relation. That is, after all another reason why we reach out a hand - to connect, to create, to share in another's fate, or to explore the world for what it is.

          I am not here going to attempt a summary of the differences in the kind of world that each hemisphere brings about. The list is very extensive, as must be the case, since ...

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