Hotel Sunflowers Inn

Pershing Street 149 - 153 , Lima, Peru | Inn
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Pyramids at Pachacamac

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe


As we were still on UK time, we were awake long before the 6.30am wake-up call. We packed our cases again, left them outside our room, then made our way along to the dining room where we were soon joined by Stephen and Alison. Breakfast consisted of cereals, toast, cold meats, cheeses and eggs as well as fruit juice and strong, hot coffee. We had already noticed that the Peruvians like their coffee very strong, and it ...

No one said it was going to be easy....

A travel blog entry by emilyandmichele


... ready to build a bridge across a canal to get out of a field - they were also worried about where they should hide their money. Excess money wasn't a problem for us (thanks to the wall hanging). After that it was all pretty routine and then we were in Lima. Hot, humid Lima. No more Down Jackets. No more weird headaches from the altitude! I can have a Pisco ...

Helping a Friend Travel cheaply around Peru!

A travel blog entry by panoramicamera

... during the week, probably cheaperoption 1- go with a tour ($$$)option 2- bus then train ($$)option 3- Bus/hike/ adventure to machu picchu $ :) see below:
Part 1- get from Cusco to Santa Teresa 1. *Cusco to QUILLABAMBA BUS TERMINAL - (5 sole taxi) 2. Bus Terminal to Santa Maria via companies SELVA SUR or TURISMO AMPAY - (Selva Sur- 15 soles- 20 sole, 6 hours) - (Turismo Ampay 20 soles, 6 hours)leaves at 8am, ...

Trauma Party in Van - and a drunken flight to LIma

A travel blog entry by karinakr


... open for display. The history is rich - religion filled naturally - but intense none the less.

Upon initial glance at Lima as a city and its residents I didn't think much different than when I am in Vancouver. A day in, my mind slightly changed. Women of loving curves and men in old button-up long sleeves with slacks occupied the city - 9 million of them actually. Vast and spread out the city was rather modern, with bike lanes ...

Exploring Lima

A travel blog entry by burkley


... a more compact way to bury loved ones. Sections are still operational to the monastery but the tour shows you the remaining bones all laid out by the archaeologists who excavated the site in the 1940's and reportedly there are up to 26,000 people buried beneath the monastery on its various levels. We also felt extra safe as the catacomb walls are original and have survived all of the earthquakes Lima has experienced over the centuries. Our guide could attest to its record with ...


This inn, located on Pershing Street 149 - 153 , Lima, is near San Francisco Monastery, Playa El Silencio, Museum of Italian Art (Museo de Arte Italiano), and Black Bull Forest Reserve.
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