Roma en Nasca

Ignacio Morsesky 499, Nasca, Peru | Inn
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Puerto Inka

A travel blog entry by kirstinf


... leftovers - score! Our campsite is nestled in between two headlands and has some ruins about 5 minutes walk away, so Lynn and David and I took a couple of hours long stroll through the ruins and along the headland. The views over the coastline were stunning; and the ruins themselves were fairly impressive. Apparently the area was used by the Incas as a storage facility as they traded from here. We didn't expect to find so many human bones though, as if ...

Days 356 - 358: Peru; Mystery and Nature

A travel blog entry by djmorton


... and figures are obviously very gigantic and would have been an achievement to accomplish nowadays let alone 1800 years ago without a plane. All they had was a string and chalk as markers. After listening to our local guide, one thing is for certain - aliens aren't responsible for these mysterious lines and geoglyphs in the Ica desert.

A weird moment - we just popped into a supermerco / supermarket in a shopping plaza. The out skirts of this town is surrounded with ...

Nazca sand dunes !!

A travel blog entry by kech-williams


... to another site which at the moment they have discovered 7 ancient pyramids and after doing radar studies they saw that the overall site is 26km by 24km making it the largest ancient site in Southern America it was amazing to see !! We then went on an amazing thrill rise where we got to drive around the crazy sand dunes outside of nazca, most people on the tour were kinda screaming as we drove over the edges ...

Nazca, Peru

A travel blog entry by scottandcorrina


Just before arriving in Nazca we pulled over to the side of the road to climb a tower that gave us a view of three of the drawings of the amazing Nazca lines. The next morning we went to Chauchilla Cemetery, which contains prehispanic mummified human remains. The mummies are in amazing condition mainly due to the dry weather conditions. ...

Walking Rome's ancient wonders

A travel blog entry by cskinnear


... after having just come back from Lebanon the previous night. What a shame, I would have liked to hear his address in person. Oh well. He seemed from what we saw on TV, which was live, to be a very good speaker - he spoke in a number of languages and seemed to be immensely popular with the crowds both in St Peter's and also at Castel Gandolfo.

After a few more photos, we headed off in the direction of Piazza Navone. I had booked a walking tour of ancient Rome for ...


This inn, located on Ignacio Morsesky 499, Nasca, is near Vatican Museums, Capitoline Museum (Museo Capitolino), and Palazzo dei Conservatori.
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