Hostal Las Fresas

Calle Las Fresas 221, Lima, Lima 01, Peru | 2 star inn
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Travel Blogs from Lima

World Cup, Broken Down Cars, Samba and Pilates

A travel blog entry by saminperu


... this we went to Daniels grandparents house and watched the Spain vs Netherlands match in the World Cup! It turned out that their VW break broke so his dad went to the mechanic to fix the breaks. We were actually suppose to go see a ruin, but that's now on the agenda tomorrow and/or the zoo! I love it here so much! Everything is rich. The colors, culture and language. I am already improving on my Spanish after 2 days! I cannot wait to learn more about this culture! Happy traveling everyone ...


A travel blog entry by david_irina


... we walked around the Lima historical center.
- Peru and Brazil are almost on the same distance from the equator, both of them have a long ocean coast but their climate is different. The Peruvian coast is a desert, and there are no green mountains like in Brazil. The Brazilian beaches are from sand, the Peruvian - from pebbles. However, the Peruvian coast has its own beauty. The quay in our area is very nice with many small parks. One of the parks was named in honor ...

December 2013

A travel blog entry by passera


... 8217;s lots of catching-up to do. After lunch, the family has spanish lessons in the appartment. In the mean time I sort out my stuff. Sunset is around 9pm which gives us plenty of time to go to the park. The reason for staying in Santiago was to take care of logistics and supplies. And this is what we do. We walk around the city, take photos of the nice monuments and buildings, go to the parks and so forth. We sort out our travel arrangements to Cusco, our next destination. Eating ...

Blood Bombs, Surfing, Irozos & more Blood Bomb

A travel blog entry by mattwfoxworthy


... some great photos of me surfing while a hand the chance, a school of white water kayakers, some middle aged hippie surfers from Long Island New York, a Brasilian who smoked more weed than anyone I've ever met before, and a British Asian guy hoping around South America.

When I returned to Miraflores and Loki, I got to say good bye to some old friends, some new friends, and party for one last time before Kaylee and I departed for Cusco. Bottoms up!

Arrived safely in Lima

A travel blog entry by dh152786


... memory of saints. We also saw the grave of Francisco Pizarro. the Spanish conquistador. Interesting he was buried with his head in a separate box, which is also on view. We then walked round to see the original foundations of the walls that used to surround Lima. Through the smog, we could see a huge shanty town on the hills opposite.
We then visited the catacombs under the monastery where ...

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