Casa de Campo Suites & Bungalows
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Casa de Campo Suites & Bungalows Lima
Travel Blogs from Lima
... away, I set out and spent the afternoon engaging in my favorite traveling past time--wander and roam the streets with no purpose. It turned out to be a lovely afternoon as I had my first local market experience, encountered a peaceful protest (looked be something involving health care), and ate my first meal of the trip. I'm going to take a minute to talk food--it was about 3 in the afternoon, and I was starving and wanted ...
... at 36,000 feet in clouds. We knew when we had crossed the Equator because of the on screen maps but there was no mention from the crew. A bit of an anticlimax as ships at sea do crazy things when they cross the line.
After 13 hours in the air, we landed in Lima at sea level by the Pacific where we were, surprisingly, the only travellers with ski bags. As ...
... people it seemed very multi-cultural and both of us were able to blend in on the street (which is rare). It also seemed to be a central point for business men and women from around the world to meet up. And in an oddly refreshing way not many people spoke or understood a word of English. As a result we have been forced to learn and use basic Spanish which has been a bit of fun. Using it mainly in restaurants and with taxi drivers. This will put us ...
... many of them, like maybe they sell the most popular and that’s it, which not necessary means the best ones and expensive of course!. Anyway, I could buy some boots, the jacket who was my favorite! a t-shirt and some pants, that actually the pants I had to buy from a woman who sells gear from Europe, the pants were so big for me but the only option so far.
I couldn’t believe that after that crazy weekend I spent like $600 in just ...
... layer was added to the temple to make it higher, and as a gesture to the gods, a young girl was sacrificed and burried in the walls of the temple. And so far (not all of the temple has been investigated) 68 tombs have been found.
After spending three days in Lima, and eating some great food (lomo saltado is our fave) and drinking pisco sours, taking it all in, it was time to head south to Nasca.