Pullman Hotel

Pizarro 879, Trujillo, Peru | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Trujillo

    Huaca del Sol y Luna; Chan Chan; Huanchaco

    A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Sep 27, 2014

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    ... there are some bricks that still have the original paint colors on them and you can still make out a lot of the original designs. These were built as inverted pyramids, which I’ve never seen before. They would build one level, cover it in sand, expand out, and built the next one on top of it. It’s a pretty interesting way of constructing it.


    We got a guide there, which was very helpful, and since there were four of us, it ...

    Not only stuffed animals

    A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Aug 13, 2014

    ... substantial old mansion. We also wandered into an old
    home that was an art gallery which was now attached to a bank. This also had
    some very old furniture on display. For dinner we tried this pub attached to a
    museum but they only had snacks so after another fruit juice (they are so good)
    we headed back to our café mansion and had a nice pizza. We have noticed that
    food is a bit dearer than Ecuador but Western food has always been a bit dearer
    anyway.

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    Moving South along the Coast

    A travel blog entry by sharissajj on May 10, 2014

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    ... locals and some other travelers! That was fun to watch and a good ending to the day. Our third day we planned to go to Chan Chan, the restored ruins just utside of Trujillo. They were easy enough to get to, we just had to take one bus and walk a couple of kms to the main entrance. Even on our walk we could see the vast ruins all around us, the Chan Chan city was huge! The restored part of the ruins was the main Palace. It was ...

    Archeologists for the day

    A travel blog entry by ashhigh on Apr 20, 2014

    20 photos

    ... they were protected hide Incredible painted walls and fine detail. We were effectively in the desert do it was super super hot so we weren't hanging around on our tour, which given we took the cheaper option of a Spanish spoken your we didn't mind about. Next up was Chan Chan which was the largest adobe (mud) city in the world. There is nothing left of the original ...

    Sam

    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Feb 01, 2014

    21 photos

    ... were definitely more artistic than the
    Chimu. It needed a viewing platform so you could understand it’s full extent -
    some old aerial photos helped but the small museum was poor and overcrowded and
    a long hike from the ruins.

    Saw a bit of the remaining Trujillo city walls and having
    seen several beautifully decorated colonial buildings, I can imagine it would
    have been spectacular in it’s Day.

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