Pullman Hotel

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

      Choo Choo temple

      A travel blog entry by yvan.huppe on Feb 15, 2015

      70 photos

      ... walls and building, some intricate carvings and statues left over. We spent around 2 hours in this area and re-applied sun screen multiple times over (with little effect). We paid a lump fee (10 soles = 4 Cdn) to visit 4 areas, so as we left the temple entrance, we were offered a good deal of a taxi to drive us around the other 3 and wait for us. Since II had no wish to walk 10-15 km in this heat, I said yes and off we went. First to the very ...

      Huaca del Sol y Luna; Chan Chan; Huanchaco

      A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Sep 27, 2014

      10 photos

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      We got a taxi back to Trujillo around 7:30pm and we got back to the hostel so I could pick up my bags and get onto my night bus. I’m on my way south again toward Huaraz where I’ll be doing some hiking. Laura and Alyce (who I met in the Galapagos) went here a couple of weeks ago and their pictures looked amazing, so I’m really looking forward to checking it out. Now let’s see if I can get any sleep on this eight hour night ...

      Moche temples and Chan Chan

      A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Aug 12, 2014

      ... mini bus who couldn't speak Spanish. We firstly were taken to the new museum which has English explanations and amazing pottery. The temple was a huge surprise as so much of it has only been recently excavated and the friezes were brightly coloured even though they are over a 1000 years old and it was a lot larger than expected. It was a bit like layers of an onion where archaeologists had dug down under the sand to find 5 palaces ...

      Huanchaco

      A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Aug 05, 2014

      34 photos

      ... We got told to book our exiting bus tickets early as it's a super busy time at the moment. It was one thing after another. Then our luck changed when we met an Argentinian who was also going from Truijjo to Huanchaco by public bus and it could be free. So naturally we followed. The first bus was free and then we swapped busses to another which was 1.50 soles, the guy tried to make us pay 2.50 soles each but the Argentinian guy, Stefan said the price was 1.20 and ...

      Archeologists for the day

      A travel blog entry by ashhigh on Apr 20, 2014

      20 photos

      ... has historical significance for being close to the ruins of the the Chimu and Moche civilisations from 500AD. So we organised a tour for the day for approx £5 where we visited a number of sites. First stop was two pyramid type buildings, Huaca de la Luna y de la Sol. The buildings themselves have struggled with the time due to being made from mud but the ...