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A Travel Blog by translucent
... or by bus. The famous railway Transandina generally doesn't operate any more. The prices of accommodation and food are rather low, although the cities like Lima or Arequipa do have some really expensive hotels and restaurants. The shops are well-stocked ...
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A Travel Blog entry by nicky_n_aza from Lima, Peru
... of a sudden it all felt very cosmopolitan. We ended up staying in a party-style dorm hostel...not our finest hour, however Lima accommodation didn't come cheap, and staying here two nights was the easiest way to save some coin. We did end up meeting some ...
A Travel Blog entry by thefrattdiaries from Lima, Peru
... to all those past, present and future backpackers - STA are great when it comes to booking flights, not so much with the accommodation. Don´t get us wrong the point hostel is full of other backpackers... we´re just taking a little while to adjust to ...
A Travel Blog entry by heatheravan from Lima, Peru
... to our hostel. On the way the taxi ran out of petrol and Avan and Martin had to push it to a service station! Our accommodation was in a house (bed and breakfast style) and our host was a mine of information and suggestions for our time in Lima. Most ...
A Travel Blog entry by andrewjerome from Lima, Peru
... a thousand crazed drivers yelling "taxi, taxi"! When we couldn't find him, we wondered whether to take a cab or call the accommodation, before realizing we were half an hour early (so rare in the airline industry). Suddenly, a frantic, middle aged man ...
A Travel Blog entry by alyssaginsburg from Lima, Peru
... actually sick when we got to Lima and was holding it off for the day long bus ride.) Once in Lima, we opted for a "nicer" backpacker accommodation so we could rest our bones. We ended up in a nice area called Miraflores, which means look at ...
A Travel Blog entry by angelontheroad from Lima, Peru
... tours in most cases for the first about 3 activity-filled weeks to keep the costs at a reasonable level, arrange transport and accommodation and book far ahead for other activities like limited Inca trail tickets and Machu Pichu just to name a few. ...
A Travel Blog entry by nicface from Lima and the Amazon, Peru
... of us getting quite annoyed and very tired. The hotel had no spare rooms so the receptionist had to arrange accommodation at another hotel. We were pleasantly surprised however to find that breakfast was included and they had about 20 TV channels in ...
A Travel Blog entry by comfortsontour from Lima, Peru
... the Barranco district, not quite as hip and trendy as our neighbouring Miraflores district, but the prices for accommodation and food reflect that too ;) Lima suffers from sea fog quite badly this time of year so most days have been warm but overcast and ...
A Travel Blog entry by tahliejohn from Lima, Peru
... Machu Picchu. In Lima, this very lovely tourist lady that worked in our hostel, offered to set us up with some really good accommodation and some even better tours of the area and the ruins around the towns etc... We thought it was too good to be ...
A Travel Blog entry by guykb from Lima, Peru
... Green Taxi company it's due, the boss man was in the phone and eventually organised a van for us! Whew. Lima appears to be a very spread out city. Our accommodation is in a lovely setting but in a pretty quiet part of town. We took a stroll around the ...
A Travel Blog entry by curlsandtales from Lima, Peru
... so having thanked her, I moved swiftly away so I could get my bag and find a taxi to take me to my accommodation in Miraflores. First up, I had a wander around Miraflores (nice area, heavily policed so very safe and with lots of restaurants etc ...
A Travel Blog entry by nathanradford from Lima, Peru
... moment in the years to come. Arriving after 21 hours on the bus (who knows where they lost time), we caught a taxi through to our accommodation, taking in the smoggy sights of the city as we travelled through it. To say that Lima is smoggy is a bit of an ...
A Travel Blog entry by casebrownfamily from Lima, Peru
... come to rely on my book for such information. Jesus Maria was nestled between the old town and San Isidro. We had a look at the accommodation, it was far from luxurious but it had enough beds, hot water, internet, cable TV and for 55 soles a night we were ...
A Travel Blog entry by paddington from Lima, Peru
... the run down outskirts of the Capital to the more affluent area of Miraflores. To the hotel, according to the plan the accommodation should begin to get more basic the deeper into the holiday so looking forward to enjoying the en-suite while we can. ...
A Travel Blog entry by lozhan from Lima, Peru
... New Zealanders and awesomely we all get along really well. We stayed in the nicer part of Lima called Miraflores, close to the beach, and our accommodation was surprisingly REALLY nice... Fernando warned us however that it would be all downhill from ...
A Travel Blog entry by vickicooper from Lima, Peru
... , I decided a quick stop was definitely the way forward. Having stuck with my usual method of not bothering to book any accommodation in advance I arrived to The Point hostel only to be disappointed as there was no room available… maybe I should ...
A Travel Blog entry by nicpam from Lima, Peru
... Lima the capital of Peru. We´re sharing this visit with the 9 million people that live here in an amazing variety of accommodation, most of it pretty ramshackle. The journey here was through more desert but what struck us was the number of chicken farms ...
A Travel Blog entry by lostalready from Lima, Peru
... back from our criminally minded hostel in Cartagena, or our first flight without major dramas. A taxi from our accommodation into central Lima takes an hour (although that includes an interesting experience with our first taxi which prolonged ...
A Travel Blog entry by martin-caroline from Lima, Peru
After an overnight stop in Santiago courtesy of LAN Airlines - very posh Holiday Inn, the best accommodation we'll have on the trip, no doubt!! - we arrived to a cold, foggy, grey Lima! A bit of a shock after the heat of Rio. Lima has 3 months, ...
A Travel Blog entry by muppetsaway from Lima, Peru
... was a struggle for me (although Liz slept again) but when we arrived we had a driver to take us to our next accommodation, Kuychi Rumi in the Sacred Valley (http://www.urubamba.com) rated as the best hidden gem in Sth America on Trip Advisor ...
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Lima 265, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina
... of the city centre, the Apart Lima 265 is the ideal base for holidaymakers and business travellers alike.This Buenos Aires accommodation provides comfortable rooms within easy reach of all the main attractions, including Avenida de Mayo, Plaza de Mayo, ...Traveler Rating
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