Hostal Killari

Address: Av Reducto 1539, Lima, Peru | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Miraflores area of Lima, is near Presidential Palace (Palacio de Gobierno), Callao, Rio Rimac, and Puente Villena (El Paraiso de los Suicidas).
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      A travel blog entry by coma-weltreise on Jun 06, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      Mit dem Nachtbus (wieder einmal) von Cruz del Sur fuhren wir von Arequipa direkt nach Lima zurück. Dank unseren beiden super Sitzen an der vorderen Fensterfront im oberen Stock hatten wir eine prima Aussicht auf die Umgebung. Leider bekamen wir so auch den nicht immer sehr vertrauenswürdigen Fahrstil des Chauffeurs näher als gewollt mit. Nach einer …

      First leg behind me - back in Peru again

      A travel blog entry by texasphil on Dec 22, 2014

      1 photo

      ... 8217;t have been smoother. From the time I stepped off the plane until I stepped out of the final customs check into the main airport terminal took an incredible 14 minutes! This included a 5 minute walk from the plane to the immigration checkpoint. Once I got my passport stamped, I headed into the baggage claim area to see my bright orange bag waiting on the carousel! That was followed by a quick stop to exchange money ...

      Back in the Big City (and at sea level!)

      A travel blog entry by 3beansabroad on Oct 28, 2014

      4 photos

      ... Soles or Dollars almost everywhere and Euros are widely accepted as well. I can't imagine trying to find a vendor in the US that would take Soles. Mission Impossible. Questions like this do make you think about how other people imagine our country and what a position of privilege we hold in having one of the world's standard currencies in our back pocket.

      The start of a new adventure

      A travel blog entry by angela_louise on Aug 25, 2014

      10 photos

      ... and some kind of chicken curry called alli gallina. It was all very tasty but incredibly filling and made us feel rather sleepy (especially with the jet lag) so we took a stroll around the squares in town, admired the llama statues and browsed the markets to try to wake up. We tried the ubiquitous Inca Kola, a radioactive looking drink that tastes like bubblegum. Yuck!

      On the way back to the hostel we stopped at a cafe ...

      Lima, Peru

      A travel blog entry by sonnydriver on May 14, 2014

      ... as Thursday night was a blow out so I had a good night drinking pisco sourz with the hostal manager the other people in the hostal.

      Overall Lima wasn't the best (this seems to be general consensus and not me being a negative Norman which has recently been suggested). The food was really good in Lima though.

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