Thunderbird Hotel J. Pardo

General Borgono 116, Lima, 18, Peru | Hotel
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Trujillo Day 3

A travel blog entry by wwatling


Big production this morning trying to cash traveler's checks- again- not much cash. I needed to pay the bill so stayed firm that they needed to cash for me. The desk clerk sent one of the bellman with a bill to get change- maybe a nearby bank. So, I waited 15 minutes. Eventually, he returned, cash exchanged for check, bill paid, change returned and …

Finally There!

A travel blog entry by wwatling

Actually gained an hour after Miami- Lima on same Eastern Time zone but no Day Light Savings. The Tour Manager an Arch Prof were on the flight along with 10 other folks on the tour. We were all collected- wearing our little badges. Took a long time for luggage, but the belt was the quietest I've ever experienced. First impressions of Lima: a number …

Last day in Galapagos and a long day of travel.

A travel blog entry by mrsmac


... to a couple of the group I discovered that I was supposed to have had a Yellow Fever injection. I had not seen this in any of the literature sent to us. I went on the government website when I got back and it is mainly for getting back into Australia. Brazil is cpnsidered a yellow fever country and I am returning straight frqm Rio. They will let you back in with a lecture etc but I thought it better to be safe. Gesus, our tour director is going to try and arrange for me to ...

We love Lima!

A travel blog entry by the5wynns


... today the changing of the guard ceremony was cancelled due to a concert going on later that evening.

Noa was a great sport about the whole thing, and we opted to carry on our day by following along a walking tour of the city that has been mapped out in our Lonely Planet Guide Book. We stopped to see the preserved ancient ruins of the walls that were once around the city, various churches with their colonial architecture, the madness of Lima’s Chinatown ...

City of walls

A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily


... is the catacombs, or public cemetery, in the basement below the buildings and the interior courtyard, where thousands of slaves, servants and others were buried until 1821. The underground labyrinth is a series of wells, some 4 meters deep, where bodies were stacked and covered with lime to reduce odor. After they decomposed, the bones were moved and stacked in different wells. Thousands of bones and skulls ...

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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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