Roma en Nasca

Address: Ignacio Morsesky 499, Nasca, Peru | Inn
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This inn, located on Ignacio Morsesky 499, Nasca, is near Vatican Museums, Capitoline Museum (Museo Capitolino), and Palazzo dei Conservatori.
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        • Swimming pool


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking


        • Continental Breakfast

        TripAdvisor Reviews Roma en Nasca

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Nasca

        Nasca ... The Hummingbird & The Spider

        A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Sep 04, 2014

        20 photos

        ... large earthquakes like in Pisco in 2007 and Nasca in 1996, and reconstruction takes time. Add to that the desert dust and the fact it rarely rains in the parts of Peru we have seen so far, and you will understand when I say large areas are very much like building sites!

        We drove back and chilled in the hotel until our final Cruz del Sur coach, this time 9hrs to Arequipa departing at 10pm, sweet ...

        On the Pan-American Highway

        A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on May 12, 2014

        ... that there would be sufficient comfort stops and we would be able to have lunch along the way.

        Off we went on the bus around 7.00am. We passed through tiny villages with their mish-mash of dilapidated shops and buildings, and saw a great many stray dogs. Not all of the roads in Peru are finished off, and several times the bus rattled and lurched along potholed dirt tracks.

        After a couple of hours we stopped to stretch our legs at a small sandy ...

        Nasca Lines

        A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Apr 30, 2014

        2 comments, 21 photos

        ... water. The spiders, birds, and plants could be fertility symbols. Other possible explanations include irrigation schemes or giant astronomical calendars or, given that they were only discovered in 1940’s, perhaps they’re the brainchild of Peruvian Tourism Director trying to fill the gap between Arequipa and Lima??

        We had seen and explored Machu Picchu, Lima, and Cusco on a previous trip to Peru & Ecuador so it was time to find an airport to catch a ride to ...


        A travel blog entry by peterandsandra on Apr 17, 2014

        20 photos

        ... at Paracas -calamari, before heading back down Pan America Hwy, very busy as it is holiday time, non stop passing of others anywhere, double lines, traffic approaching, etc. Lots of police out today too- you can pay a 100 solas fine or 10 solas to the police says Crazy Jim. The countryside was generally desert, some green irrigated agricultural areas and sometimes a mountainous lunar landscape. Stopped off and climbed a tower on ...

        The beginning

        A travel blog entry by k8selby on Jun 16, 2012

        2 photos

        ... a pizza and Heineken, where else can you do this at 11.30 at night? Pizza was huge, Heineken was BIGGER. Stu was drunk after one. A man on the street tried to sell us roses, "no thanks we're just friends" was Stu's reply. Funniest comment of the day! Its ok, because he paid for dinner - as the gentleman he is (he made me write that.$Bed at 12 trying to get into a normal sleeping pattern. Woke up at 7am to a ...