Casa San Martin

Address: Calle San Martin 339, Lima, 18, Peru | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located in the Lima Norte area of Lima.
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      Paradise for Foodies

      A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Jan 10, 2015

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... airport (but only just). Some she admits do prefer hanging round the airport and never venture into the city.

      True, this sprawling mess of a city of 10 million doesn't have a lot of pretty sites. It's dry and dusty - only Cairo beats out Lima for the honour of being the world's driest capital city. For much of the year, the skies are grey and smoggy - Jenny says that we're lucky to be there on one of the few blue sky days in the year. Lima is bounded by ...

      A long day¨s night

      A travel blog entry by eatrunplaysun on Jan 08, 2015

      ... ticket to Quito, Ecuador. I had one minute to spare and the Ms. Agent overseer of the rules person let me on the plane. She was the only person who checked to make sure I had an outbound. Now, I am all for rules but please come on... Anyway, all was good as it was my first life lesson of the trip. I was humbled and relaxed afterward knowing that the first unplanned hurdle was complete.

      Arriving at the airport, I had the foresight to ask the hostel ...

      Day 49-52 - Last week in Peru: Lesson in laziness

      A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Dec 11, 2014

      ... Desperate for some kind of solace, I googled 'Acid Reflux: Relief". Bicarbonate of soda and water, you say? Baking powder and water will do, right? Wrong. I didn't feel any worse but I felt no better and had white foam all over my face to boot. Baking powder, I later read, does nothing for acid reflux.

      I battled with the repercussions of my stupidity and laziness for another 2 hours before resigning to an upright sleeping position. I woke up ...

      Metamorphosis of the gods

      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Dec 07, 2014

      2 photos

      ... that shadow and that unconsciousness concerning others that afflicts even the best of us, including our revered predecessors and teachers. It will take a fundamental metanoia, a self­-overcoming, a radical sacrifice to make this transition. Sometimes when we speak about the emergence of a new paradigm and a new world view, we focus on the intellectual dimensions of this shift; these are indeed crucial. But I do not think we can minimize the central importance of the ...

      Day 18 - ACTV and Lima by night! FIESTA!

      A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Nov 07, 2014

      6 photos

      ... out at this bar, drinking Pisco Sours, White Russians and Blood Bombs (red bull, vodka and grenadine), Sebastian walked me to the McDonalds where he called a taxi for us and ordered us some food. The greatest irony was that I was having my first McDonalds of the year in November, in Peru... after having lived in the US for 12 months! It was very tasty but I was reminded of my aversion to such food the next morning when I broke out in spots. Well worth it ...