El Angolo Hotel Chosica

Address: Km 28.5 de la Carretera Central, Lima, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Km 28.5 de la Carretera Central, Lima, is near Machu Picchu and Archbishops Palace.
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Sea Lions and Sea Sickness

A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on Jun 16, 2014

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... are many high pedestrian overpasses to get people from the low ground of the beaches to the safety of the suburbs on top of the cliffs – with Tsunami warning signs posted on each overpass. I find this intriguing for us Australians, so my driver slows down at the approach to each one so I can get a photo. He hardly speaks any English but somehow we manage to converse.

The district of the port of Calleo is very poor and run ...

Neveria lake

A travel blog entry by lizethperu on Apr 12, 2014

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... going to be hard to get to the end, so a few of us decided to change the route and go to Neveria lake, that was a shorter way to finish the trek. I was there before so i joined the group. There was another group who were more or less going well where my friend Abdias was and the fastest group where Raphael was. I always got the feeling that Germans never get tired or feel cold, i wish i had at least a piece of them.... My ...

Onward to Peru!!!

A travel blog entry by bjbromberg on Feb 03, 2014

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... we wanted to see the Mate, Mario Testino's gallery in Barranco. There were works of friends of Testino’s on display that were fabulous as well as some of his own. We loved it all, the house, the colors of the walls and the art!


Colonial Lima

A travel blog entry by lottyh on Jan 15, 2014

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... as to how
religious life was during Spanish colonial times.
The monastery had a serene courtyard, and a 17th
century library with over 25,000 volumes and 6,000 parchment pieces.
Here, beneath the church was a catacomb containing the bones of more
than 70,000 people. They are sorted into body parts; skulls, femurs,
and other bones, which reminded me of a similar catacomb in the St.
Stephan Cathedral in Vienna.


Days 32-39: Paracas to Lima (The Capital City!)

A travel blog entry by rjcannin on Nov 23, 2013

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... liked both a lot. Barranco has a great slow paced vibe and is the perfect spot to walk around and relax but after getting our fill of relaxing as we came up the coast we wanted to find some things that we had been missing from back home. This meant heading to Miraflores and checking out the upscale Larcomar mall that is built into the cliff face. It had all the American stores like Quiksilver, North Face, Brooks Brothers, and a food court with TGIFridays, Chili's, and lots of ...