Hotel Mamatila

Antonio Arrieta 110 Esq. Cdra 16 Av. Brasil , Lima, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Creepy catacombs of Lima

A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Aug 24, 2014

... monks from over
400 years. Seeing so many stacked up in piles was very off putting and we were
pleased to eventually see the light of day. The tour took us back to suburban
Miraflores where we then walked the couple of kms to our hostel. On the way we
stopped at a restaurant chain called Chillis where we had more nachos but this
was an expensive meal for what we got.


Lovin' Lima!

A travel blog entry by deborah1212 on Jun 28, 2014

6 photos

... s Restaurant and even though the sun wasn't over the yardarm I ordered a mojito and we enjoyed the rest of the match in very comfortable conditions.

An exciting game ended in a draw and went to penalty shoot out.
This gave me 30 minutes to go for a wander and see what else was around.

The sea breeze gives Lima a foggy coastline and visibility isn't great so I had to focus on things closer to hand. Unfortunately this ...

New Continent

A travel blog entry by chris_farr on May 06, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... asking for 'Silenco'. After half an hour or so of slow moving loud traffic we began to drop people off at their hotels. We were third stop, where Nevers helped us get our bags from the bus and dropped us into reception. There were two other couples checking in at the hotel with us but we all seemed too tired to be making too much small talk. Once checked in we headed up to our room to settle in. The room was huge and nicely laid out, with ...

Loud Lima

A travel blog entry by lizemma10 on Apr 08, 2014

... of the bus and tries to get people on,we wondered if they work on commision as the woman was very kean to get people aboard. They hang out the doors or windows and jump off at the side of the road when the driver pulls over. All very surreal, we tried to keep track of our journey on the map, we knew where to 'salida' (exit) and the woman also kindly flagged us off the bus. We cautiously walked the streets that lead into the centre. We searched for a menu for ...

Bones, pickpockets and Fountains in Lima

A travel blog entry by maddieuk on Feb 09, 2014

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... most of the rest of the
group back at the hotel to get cabs over to the other side of the city to see a
fountain light show. The park was right next to Peru’s National football
stadium, so another one ticked off the list! The light show was fantastic – it’s
in the Guinness World Records as the largest in the world, and the whole park
was filled with different huge fountains of all shapes and sizes. They ...

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