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

Cat drinking fountain Can Be Fun For Anyone

A travel blog entry by feigneddea785 on Jan 06, 15

... this sort of cat drinking fountain will not be the right option for you. Additionally, they do not basically filter the water. They are, even so, much simpler to wash compared to the filtering devices.

Should the plastic is ok for the pet and you're all right with the cleaning dedication, it is a good alternative. It is fairly low-cost in addition.

This has become the ...

Day 19 - 20 - museums, churches and more food

A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Nov 09, 2014

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... down the aisle. I assumed it was an earthquake and jiggled in my seat in a half-waahey! half-OMG-I'm-gonna-die way. We dropped our things off at the house and headed to Museo Nacional. We walked through thousands of years of Peruvian history. The Wari and their detailed tapestries and textile designs. The pottery and jewelry. The ancient stone totems representing rather scary-looking Gods. Mili explained that some of the early Peruvians ...

The saga ends

A travel blog entry by klartman on Nov 05, 2014

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... a clue what DHL even was. Turned out to be smack in the middle of an industrial estate no one would venture unless they were an employee. Pulling up to the monolithic carbuncle the gates looked suspiciously, depressingly closed. In front of the gates there was a booth, presumably housing a security guard although it was hard to tell because it was covered in one-way mirror glass. I spoke Spanish to my reflection. Happily I received a grunted response from the unknown beast within. ...

Good friends and stamps in a passport

A travel blog entry by kendahlc on Jun 13, 2014

... br> It's hard not to think that life in Alberta is the centre of the universe unless you've left this little corner of the world. It's also really hard to explain how traveling alters perspective not only in the sense of understanding the portion of the world you're exploring but also in demonstrating how diverse the world is through the fellow travellers you meet. Hearing people talk about different issues that people in their home countries are facing, ...

Lima and surrounds

A travel blog entry by delbr on Mar 29, 2014

5 comments, 11 photos

... can't afford to see their own artefacts. Back to Miraflores and time for a walk down to the cliffs above the beach to the love park. It is a Friday afternoon and there are people out enjoying themselves, surfing (apparently the water temperature is only 12 degrees), paragliding, rollerblading and walking their dogs and their kids. Fantastic food, had Italian for dinner, very reasonable. P.S. Mark S they have great surfing In Lima, as well at least one surf ...