Hotel Mamatila

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

Out of the forest

A travel blog entry by peterandsandra


... small hot airport with one cafe and hard seats. Finally left on flight No. 10 to Lima. Transferred from airport back to Miraflores again. Washed the toxic socks out, we could have hijacked the plane with them they were so bad from wearing them in stinky, wet gumboots. Had alpaca for dinner and we have a 4:50am airport pickup tomorrow. Should have slept ...

Colonial Lima

A travel blog entry by lottyh


... 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.


The Playlists: Lost and Home

A travel blog entry by wingedwords


... the ever fabulous Lisa Han****n
Feel of the World, Tift Merritt
Plum Village (track 2), Songs for the Birds, Peter Gallagher
A Change is Gonna Come, Sam Cooke
No One Knows My Name, Gillian Welch
All the Wild Horses, Ray LaMontagne

The Home Playlist

Welcome Home, Radical Face
Let Her Go, Passenger
You Can’t Hurry Love, The Concretes
Ho Hey, The Lumineers
Home, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic ...

Blood Bombs, Surfing, Irozos & more Blood Bomb

A travel blog entry by mattwfoxworthy


... and thus each subsequent shot would fall prophetically into its adjoining glass of Red Bull. It would get more extravagant the drinks people indulged in, but it was the life blood of the party! Probably why they named them as such.

Our time at Loki was well spent. While working at the bar, Kaylee made a number friends, and I was able to get out to catch some surf in and around Lima.

The breaks around Miraflores tend to favor ...

Peru Part 1

A travel blog entry by marty_rach


Our final days in Colombia saw us jumping on a transfer bus from Salento to Armenia and then getting another coach through to Bogota. Having learnt from our previous bus experiences, we made sure to book with a decent bus company. It was an estimated 8 hr trip that ended up taking just over 10 thanks to some unpredictable traffic travelling through the mountain ranges.

We arrived in Bogota and to ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mamatila Lima

1.50 of 5 stars Poor

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