Radisson Hotel & Suites San Isidro

Address: Av Las Palmeras 240, Lima, Peru | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Colonial City (Old City), Huallamarca (Pan de Azucar), Puente de Piedra, and Playa Pulpos.
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    Travel Blogs from Lima

    Local life in Lima

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 13, 2015

    ... catch enough fish to earn a living. A bait seller explained which bait is used and how it is caught, and we strolled along the pier, the pretty boats bobbing in the water under the weight of the expectant pelicans that perched on their bows. All around the harbour, murals we painted on every available space, depicting the swimmer who carried messages between the troops during the war with Chile. Swimming huge distances each day, he was finally caught by the Chileans, but ...

    The Grand Parade

    A travel blog entry by jrubina on Jul 29, 2015

    10 photos

    ... so it ended another wonderful day were I got to relive childhood experiences and enjoy family hospitality. Michelle and I had a fantastic day!!! But given this is our last night in Lima, in Peru, and of our holiday we cannot stay in. We decided to visit 2 of the places we really enjoyed. Ayahuasca, the bar at Barranco, for a sneaky Pisco sour and then on to our most favorite restaurant his trip, Maido. We loved the Maido food!. What a good day and ...


    A travel blog entry by goldsack on Apr 26, 2015

    2 comments, 28 photos

    ... houses and the odd one or two for stock. The ground is often tilled with a tractor driven plough but all harvesting is done by hand - family affairs. The grains are placed in stooks for drying, and any stock has a minder near by.
    Le Paz is a huge bustling city - dry and dusty. we stopped in Mallasa which is a suburb in a valley to one side of Le Paz. There it was greener with cropping and some wealthy looking houses, along with average village ones. The ...

    Cherimoya and Chicha

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Apr 04, 2015

    2 photos

    ... ceilings. A tiny, frail woman in a pale housecoat sorted wares in a wooden cart, her small limbs darting in and out of the sunlight. Moving on- there was too much to see, after all, too much to take in- we approached an open-air kitchen beneath bright canopies. Now there were smoking grills, bubbling pots, chefs in tall, crisp hats. Pride of place at all the counters were roasted, skinless guinea pigs sitting on platters of bright salad. Their little hands ...

    Peru - Lima days 3/4

    A travel blog entry by mktkachuk on Jan 30, 2015

    7 comments, 23 photos

    ... pickled onions, and a fried sweet potato. So good. I got a plain old chicken burger. Boring. But so good. We even ended up going back for supper as it was just so good!! Then back to the hostel to pack and get ready for our early morning flight to cusco. It will be different getting to our destination in the day time rather than midnight or later! Fun facts about Lima: - it's actually in a desert. They get around 10mm of rain a year! And it rained a bit Thursday ...