Sonesta Hotel El Olivar

Address: Pancho Fierro 194, Lima, Peru | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the San Juan De Lurigancho area of Lima, is near Museo Pedro de Osma and Museum of the Inquisition (Museo de la Inquisicion).
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    Travel Blogs from Lima

    P is for Peru and Paella!

    A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on May 15, 2015

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    ... to go to the toilet whilst I was in grossed in my film. One minute later, the plane started to jump up and down, it was the worse turbulence I had encountered. An announcement came on for everyone to stay in their seats and to make sure everyone's seat belt was on in a very panic voice. I was frantically looking out for Maureen, as people started to look scared including myself. Screams came for back of the plane and Maureen was still not in sight. Then I saw ...

    From Coast to Coast

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Apr 07, 2015

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    ... centre. Carlos seemed eager to keep talking, but I was getting tired by this point and, more importantly, had to catch a bus to Huaraz early the next morning. Carlos offered to accompany me to Huaraz, said that if I ever was in Lima again I could stay with him, said that he knew people in Cusco. He was very sweet, very kind, but I was so tired I felt dizzy. I really must go, I said to Carlos. Or perhaps I was really talking to the ocean, referring to some future ...

    Day 2: Traveling to Cusco

    A travel blog entry by 3beansabroad on Oct 21, 2014

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    ... first floor, as are coca leaves to chew to help with the altitude. I tried the tea with the coca leaves. It is very mild in flavor and not at all tannic. Mike gave it a pass rather than risk poor results on a future drug screening.

    We needed to check in with our Inca Trail trek operator and pay the balance of our fees so we got a map at the front desk and hit the cobblestone streets in the rain. While the walk wasn't pleasant, it did give ...

    Moving in a Peru family home

    A travel blog entry by naomitravel11 on Jul 25, 2014

    ... people live there and they didn't reply & just stared at us. After an hour of walking about, checking out the Internet cafe and a help from young couple, we found the place. The young couple wanted to help us because they said if we were walking around at night without local then we would be robbed. I felt awful and I turned down a hen party, which we were invited to go at 10pm with Nathaylia (28) who lives with her parents' apartment with her daughter called ...

    Good friends and stamps in a passport

    A travel blog entry by kendahlc on Jun 13, 2014

    ... home from the airport that Ecuador and Peru completely blow Europe out of the water for me. As much as I appreciate Europe, I think the reason for my South American preference is that I'm at a period in my life where I see more value in taking advantage of my health by spending time being active and appreciating what the world has to offer through that form than I am interested in over-crowded tourist landmarks.

    I can't rave enough about how ...