Pullman Hotel

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

Nuclear testing zone? No, it's the Chan Chan!

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on May 29, 2014

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Hola! We arrived in Trujillo by the Exclusiva bus service. Mr H made full use of the facilities by watching "The Wolf of Wall Street", a film which he said was great, but not one to watch with your parents. I fell asleep almost immediately, and so missed out on all the snacks, drinks and films! We arrived at about 7.30 am, to the brand new Terrapuerto bus terminal, which was lovely, but not at all where we expected to arrive. So, we took a taxi into town, to the ...

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 ...

Big ocean waves in Huanchaco

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Dec 13, 2013

... we saw several tombs, including Lord Sipán's. The second stop, Túcume, is where they placed the real skeleton of Lord Sipán and the skeletons of his daughter, lama, wife, son and snake. The third stop was to a museum called Museo Nacional that has gold and other expensive objects that were buried with Lord Sipán.

Mud walls and hairless dogs...

A travel blog entry by wildkriv on Oct 09, 2013

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... Chan Chan is en route to Huanchaco, a detail we were not allowed to forget by the 'combi conductor' as he drummed up business for this quaint fishing village famous for its cigar-shaped boats called caballitos (little horses) which the fishermen use to paddle out beyond the breakers. Had a nice seafood cerviche lunch on the seafront with a few Europeans.

The following day ...

Huanchaco, Chan Chan and Trujillo

A travel blog entry by lynsey_and_john on Sep 08, 2013

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... the bar and he then came over and sat with us! He had been living in Norway and spoke a little English too, but it was hard to hear him over the music. It was weird to think we were in a local restaurant with the locals and they are just so open and welcoming to foreigners. He wasn't so bad actually and seemed harmless enough! I was still a bit wary about my things and kept a close eye on my camera, which was on the table. A few more cocktails down the line, we said ...

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