Hotel San Remo

Address: Bartolomee Herrera 294 Lince, Lima, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Colonial City (Old City), Parque Reserva, Huallamarca (Pan de Azucar), and Playa Pulpos.
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Walking til I couldn't walk no more!

A travel blog entry by on Sep 09, 2014

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... with cats! They are friendly, people feed them, they sleep all over the place wherever they want, they use the flowerbeds for sand boxes and if you sit on a park bench to read the paper, one might come sit by you or even crawl up in your lap.


Flesh of the Gods

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Sep 03, 2014

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... of years and can be found in countless myths, religious texts and art forms left behind by our ancient - and far more conscious - ancestors.

And those who were seen dancing were believed to be insane by those who could not hear the music. - Friedrich Nietzsche

Before considering what I've put together here, keep in mind that hundreds of millions of people ...

Peru, where the fanny is cheap.

A travel blog entry by scpearson on Aug 08, 2014

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... grass, enjoyed not walking and played cards.
Last stop in Peru was Puno, it was the city which is surrounded by the famous lake titicaca which also borders Bolivia on the other side.
Not much to do in puno so we just ate and chilled then the next morning we watched the sunrise then went to see the floating island on Lake Titicaca. The islands are insane, they're just made of reeds that they have to keep adding to every week, they don't have much but of course they've ...

There's something about Lima

A travel blog entry by philandmups on Jul 10, 2014

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... irate passengers. We'd arrived early (I'm with an Anderson) but luckily so as it took over an hour to reach the front. Phew. But then, the rather apathetic check-in assistant insisted on seeing our Yellow Fever vaccination records. Apparently the US considers Peru a potential risk for the disease so won't let you enter without proof of vaccination. Great time to find this out as panic-stricken, I search desperately for said proof of evidence. Nope. Can't find it ...

A short but pleasant stopover

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on May 29, 2014

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... to continue to use the site in conjunction with the Incas. We saw a number of buildings, including pyramids and temples along with common buildings. The original culture (like many ancient cultures in the area) were masters of irrigation, allowing them to live and grow what they needed in the desert - pretty incredible. A kind of constructed oasis was evident still in the ruins. The massive sun temple (constructed by the Incas) was particularly ...

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