Presidente Hotel & Convention Center

Address: Calle Real 1138, Huancayo, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle Real 1138, Huancayo.
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Travel Blogs from Huancayo

The market. Church. Heading back to the jungle.

A travel blog entry by barbaradunn on Jun 22, 2014

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... and has been going since the 1500's. Our house woke up early to go the market. After a bit of shopping around, some of us opted to go to church with David and Janina. I loved the opportunity to worship with brothers and sisters!! Even though I didn't speak the language, I was thankful to worship, pray, smile and love others with the ...

A day off

A travel blog entry by gemandkory on Jan 28, 2013

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There really isn't anything to write about today. We did the usual chores of re-stocking our supplies for the next few days, cleaning our gear, researching about the route ahead, and getting my blog up to date again. The town was fairly nice but not really a tourist destination. We had intended to stay here for a couple of extra days but seem to have itchy feet to move again. I am also hoping that if we move now, we may ...

An easy ride with plenty of ice-cream

A travel blog entry by gemandkory on Jan 27, 2013

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... a family get-together. We finally found a fairly nice place near the main plaza but had lost our anticipated restful afternoon.

We enjoyed a beer in the main square in the early evening, and watched the locals going about their daily activities. There was the guy with the loudspeaker who was shouting about something religious, the four year old girl who was trying roller-skates for the first time, the poor boys who were trying to ...

The first stop in the Andes- Huancayo

A travel blog entry by ginjaninja on Oct 17, 2012

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... highlight of the tour was definitely the trout farm set in a much more traditional village in the hills. Instead of the usual brick and concrete the buildings had been built out of traditional mud bricks. This was probably the prettiest place we’d seen so far in Peru. Stopped here for lunch and ate some of the trout which was delicious. Huancayo is definitely well off the Gringo Trail, only seen a couple of white faces in the four days we’ve been ...

Gourds and roadside hangis

A travel blog entry by nevilledonna on May 21, 2012

... his skill and the careful attention of his wife. They were a gorgeous elderly couple. On the way home Neville asked if he could try the food from the roadside ovens shaped like wide domes. Sort of above ground hangis. The hosts insisted on taking us to one where they knew the food was safe. It was a bit dry but very similar in content to a hangi with broad beans roasted in their pods instead of puha or cabbage. Something different to try ...