Thunderbird Hotel J. Pardo

Address: General Borgono 116, Lima, 18, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Miraflores area of Lima, is near Miraflores, Huaca Pucllana (Juliana), Bike Tours of Lima, and Sala Museo Oro del Peru.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Lima

    Day 2 - Lima City of Kings & Queens your and Larco

    A travel blog entry by bass_alive on Aug 14, 2015

    ... of being associated with the church). The murals showed pictures of the Monks (who were named saints, however they were given this name as an honorific rather than being actual saints). Where there was a 'M' on the mural it meant that the Saint had been martyred and the carving of the Saint showed the way by which he had died (poison, beheading, stabbing etc). After the robe room we were taken into the Catacombs where there were public and private graves. Ironically ...

    Pisco time

    A travel blog entry by kristymay86 on Aug 05, 2015

    5 photos

    ... of what food would actually arrive to the table! Following this I raced back to the hotel for our group meeting and dinner, practicing my spanish with the taxi driver during the half hour journey. Tonight's Peruvian food tested was ají de gallina, shredded chicken in a mild curry like sauce with rice and a boiled egg, not ...


    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Jun 02, 2015

    ... of the churches had over 50 kilos of gold leaf. Others had sacristies (where the priest dressed for service) bigger than a townhouse, dripping with gold and ornate vestments. It is clear that these priests, much like their predecessors did well for themselves. So I avoided the churches but one morning here in Lima I decided to tour the Archbishop’s Museum. I thought it was a museum. It was the palace where the archbishops lived and entertained. Twenty foot high ceilings, wood ...

    Lake Titicaca floating island communities

    A travel blog entry by dorothystokes on May 03, 2015

    4 comments, 34 photos

    ... tie them together and then anchor this with 10 anchor ropes - these looked like bales of old hay and then they laid reeds upon reeds to make the floor, it was like walking on a hay stack. The islands last 25 to 30 years and then they have to make new ones. Their houses, boats, anything you could think of was made of reeds - very clever. We were taken into their homes, one room, very primitive, but they have really taken to ...

    Touring Lima

    A travel blog entry by redwatt on Mar 05, 2015

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... hours. * They don't need Daylight Savings because they have almost the same amount of daylight all year round - due to the proximity to the equator. * Oops - found out tonight that we're not supposed to flush the toilet paper. It is to be put into the bin next to the toilet (Inca sewage is not all it could be?). Oh dear. * they have big cliffs by the sea that seem to be made up of aggregate. We marvel that they are still upright, because they look so fragile, but ...