Maury Hotel

Address: Carabaya ( Ucayali 201 ), Lima, Peru | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Lima Central area of Lima, is near Masada, Grotto of the Annunciation, Crusader Fortress, and Megiddo.
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        Church, catacombs, and ruins

        A travel blog entry by bmwbret on Sep 07, 2015

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        ... 43 districts, each with there own mayor, plus one mayor over the others. In the last election, they had 150 candidates to choose from, and everyone votes. If you do not vote, you can not write checks, get married, or buy property. Surprisingly, there no riots in the street over this. Kinda sad that we get so worked up over wanting to requiring a photo ID to vote. Our first stop today was a church with catacombs below. We ...


        A travel blog entry by alexliz on Jul 17, 2015

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        ... at a serious sandwich institute called El Chinito. We risked a little bit getting to this establishment, being in a serious divey part of town we took a taxi in and out, waited with the crowds and then took our sammies to eat on a bench in the central plaza. We got to witness a kind of change of the guard at the presidential palace, and a serious horse and soldier procession. It still blows my mind that in one square in South America you get government and the cathedral ...

        Archaeology and Coach #1

        A travel blog entry by don.vince on Feb 09, 2015

        ... before hitting the road. Our plan didn't make sense: the coach station wasn’t in the same part of town. No problem Guilliermo, gent that he is, offers to upgrade our transfer to a tour!

        We make a few stops around the perimeter of Sitio Huaca Pucllana, incredible archaeological site, built by ancient Peruvians. It is massive. Guilliermo is full of passion, history, stories and ideas. An absolute pleasure! I told him I’d certainly buy his book if he ever decides to ...

        Flight to Lima

        A travel blog entry by don.vince on Feb 07, 2015

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        ... Martina is a tolerant person, but dislikes space invaders. I politely gesticulated at 35D requesting a compromise incline to which she accepted. I never would have guessed what was to happen next: 35D, or the slightly less borg-like designation -limbo sleeper- slouched into the seat of the chair, put her feet into the air leaning against the seat in front, while watching TV. I think she does yoga. Reminds me of fond memories of being a teenager exploring the different ...

        Cutting it fine

        A travel blog entry by cazmar on Jan 23, 2015


        ... according to Dennis) and very hot in January!! It is meant to be pretty popular for surfing, but today the water is like a millpond. The thing about being away is you are constantly bombarded with new sights, sounds and smells. So that although we've been here less than 24 hours and have done very little it already feels like there's loads to possibly write about. Fingers crossed Helen's bag arrives before we start the inca ...