El Angolo Hotel Chosica

Km 28.5 de la Carretera Central, Lima, Peru | Hotel
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Days 129 - 131: Lima, Peru

A travel blog entry by tksa


... February - Day 130

At 11pm we met outside our hostel to begin our free walking tour of the city. Lima is home to 9.5 million people and is divided into a number of very large districts. The walking tour took us on a jam packed bus to the Centro district where our guide showed us around some of the cities historical sites. We've done quite a few walking tours now and both agreed that this was definitely not one of the better ones. The ...

Indictors optional; honking required

A travel blog entry by maccanat29


We arrive in Lima after a 4 hour flight. Andrew has arranged for a car to pick us up and we enter the world of 'loco' Lima drivers. Honking and tooting is necessary, but indicators are optional and or are not really used at all. Merging is done within millimetres of other cars but there are no accidents and everyone just seems to get on with it. It is like peak hour in Australia, but in Lima it is still the middle ...

Cusco to Tambopata Research Center

A travel blog entry by nicval


... visible. So like the animals, the humans stayed indoors. Not a bad way to relax, talking with very interesting people. We did go to the clay lick however no birds had come out from the rain. The river had swollen probably 3 meters, was very fast with trees, logs and debris flowing down making navigation a challenge. No animals today. But we were up at 4 am for our last day. We headed to the clay lick and were lucky to see hundreds of parrots, probably twenty blue and yellow macaws, ...

Wow....what a day!

A travel blog entry by nicandshelley


... The flight with Iberia was awful to say the least. First we had to catch a flight from London to Madrid, due to French air traffic control strikes we were delayed for 2 hours or so....we began to slightly worry about making our connection to Lima, Peru. Especially since Chiara our finally buddy to join the trip was meant to be meeting us on the flight from Madrid to Lima. Once we finally arrived into Madrid we ran to our flight ...

Bienvenido a Peru

A travel blog entry by minicooper


... a lot more backpackers, and a lot of things are in English and the people seem to be able to speak English, in Lima at least. When I arrived I was a bit worried about getting a tourist visa that would cover the length of time I was here as while they will automatically give you 90days it may be possible to get a visa on entry of 183 days, I'd read that often it depends on the mood of the officer at passport control! But when I went up to the desk he just asked me how long I would be ...


This hotel, located on Km 28.5 de la Carretera Central, Lima, is near Machu Picchu and Archbishops Palace.
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TripAdvisor Reviews El Angolo Hotel Chosica Lima

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good