Pullman Hotel

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

      Trujilo & Huaraz - Mocha Ruins, & Mountain Air

      A travel blog entry by lisaworldwide on Dec 10, 2014

      ... It has a surprising number of  friezes still visible and the structure is such that you can work out where the rooms were. A fascinating insight into peruvian history. After our indiana jones adventures in Trujillo we headed on yet another overnight bus to Huarez and the Cordillera Blanca - with the aim of doing an overnight  hike. Unfortunately,  mostly due to it being low season that didn't transpire, but we ...

      Moche'n Around Trujillo

      A travel blog entry by skdude on Sep 26, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... impressive ruins nearby though) my first tasks were to find money and to get on the next bus to Trujillo where I was to meet my sister. Offers of a taxi ride to get money and then the next bus station were proffered, but fortunately a local heard my questions and came to the rescue. A money changer was just round the corner and the next bus station was on the same road. He even walked me to the first location to change money, without asking for a ...

      Arriving in Peru

      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Aug 11, 2014

      8 photos

      ... seats that reclined 160 degrees (nearly flat) with a proper foot rest. Food and drinks, only soft, were served throughout the 6 hour journey to Trujillo.

      The ride was so smooth, it was hard to tell if we were moving or not unless you looked out the window. There wasn't much to look at out the window though. It was just flat desert, much like Egypt. Even when there were some hills rising inland, they too reminded us of the Red Mountains in ...


      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 ...

      Up the Pacific coast of Peru

      A travel blog entry by skannyboy on Jun 01, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... to the bus terminal I decided to have a cup of coffee and a Skype for a couple of hours. When my battery finally ran out I emerged into a busy city that was still cloudy but no longer hidden by fog. Two streets down I spied a bus to Huanchaco and had to jump on still moving which scared the locals a bit. Twenty minutes later the clouds had gone and I was driving down the beach where long lines of surfable waves were parading at an angle to the shore.
      I hopped straight ...