Villa Roma Hotel

Address: Av. Petit Thouars, Lima, 938-980, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Plaza de Armas (Plaza Mayor), Shopping Center Larcomar (Centro Comercial Larcomar), Museo de Arte, and Lima Cathedral.
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          Travel Blogs from Lima

          Another flight, another country, another Pisco

          A travel blog entry by ngairephillips on Oct 01, 2015

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          ... and it was hard to work out exactly how many traffic lanes there actually were. The road into town teemed with people busily trying to catch one of the numerous minibuses. It felt rather third world until we got closer to our hotel, which was clearly in the more affluent part of town. Apparently there is little in the way of a middle class here, although it's developing. But generally the rich are very rich and the poor ...

          The Hinojosa's family day!

          A travel blog entry by jrubina on Jul 11, 2015

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          ... how everyone is and repeat time and time again for us to pass the message to everyone that we are all remembered fondly. I try to laugh it off, but think how good it would be for more frequent and for more of us to visit. These are very happy people genuinely happy to see us! its a great experience Much more laughter and dancing! .....then the food comes out....I think auntie Julia has been cooking for weeks!!. Lots and Lots ...

          Interessante Begegnungen in Lima

          A travel blog entry by bjoern84 on Jun 16, 2015

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          ... s disease is no longer able to carry out their work as a restorer. Most of his earnings during daily taxi driver he needed the medication to be able to pay the required his wife. He showed me pictures of his family and told me his whole life story in a nutshell on the road to ruin. For me, it is interesting to be able to always get a glimpse into the lives of other people. So you can also get a good understanding of the social life of local people. Once in Huaca Peclana I ...


          A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Jun 02, 2015

          ... and built a kingdom. The archeology doesn’t support this. What the archeology does support is that tribes grew in wealth and power and amalgamated with other tribes. Individuals grew rich and considered themselves nobles. Bright, imaginative people who had little practical skills became priests and made up ceremonies to bring rain and get people in good standing for the next life. Someone had an interest and facility with science – probably the priests and unlikely the nobility ...

          Bienvenudos a Peru

          A travel blog entry by robinagbbbhg on Feb 26, 2015

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          ... the stony beach. There were surfers looking for non-existent waves, but no beach-loungers or swimmers- the water is cold. After a brief nap, we met our sole fellow traveler for the rain forest trip, Marilyn Goldstein, an older lady from New York and then our local guide, Dante, who took us to a local restaurant for lunch. It's a good thing that I love potatoes; they are to Peru what rice is to Costa Rica. ...

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