Huaraz Journals

Eterna Huaraz

A September 2005 trip to Huaraz by GABY

Hotel El Tumi Photo, More Photos
Quote: "Far from the rumor of the city behind mountains, we found this corner the countrysides green and of sun timid called Huaraz"

Hotel El Tumi

Hotel | "Tumi Hotel"

Hotel El Tumi Photo,
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El "Tumi" Hotel is waiting for you in the heart of Huaraz with the best attention and kindness in each one of their services. Confortable and wide rooms with a private bathroom.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on June 9, 2006

Hotel El Tumi
Jr. San Martín Nº 1121
Ancash, Peru
+51 (44) 721784

California Cafe

Restaurant | "California Cafe, Breakfast and Lunch"

California Cafe Photo,
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The California Cafe is famous for its fresh roasted coffee and great North American style breakfast all day. They also have a free book exchange and library boasting the best selection in Huaraz. While you enjoy a breakfast, coffee, or just to sit and read for a while, you can enjoy the large music collection. There are also a variety of games to pass the time away.

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on June 9, 2006

California Cafe
Jr. 28 de Julio 562
Huaraz, Peru

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Dancing Nightly in Disco Karaoke Cordillera Blanca, the most popular nightpub in southern Huaraz. You'll remember for the rest of your life! Relax yourself like in your own house.

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on June 9, 2006

Disco Karaoke Cordillera Blanca
Jr. Teofilo Castillo 552
Huaraz, Ancash, Peru

Huaraz, Peru

Hotel | "Food and Drinks Festivals"

Huaraz, Peru Photo, Huaraz, Peru
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Due to its variety of climate and territory (coast and saw), Huaraz possesses messes that satisfy the most exacting inclinations. To drink is recommended the different FRUITS PUNCH forms, according to the station. And a great variety of stimulating wines! So that to ask more...

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on June 9, 2006

Huaraz, Peru
North-Central Peru, 420 KM North of Lima
Huaraz, Ancash, Peru

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It was what more I wanted to know, the famous archaeological deposit, and one of the main Inca religious centers--with his mysterious and dark runners low land. We leave very early in the morning and approximately at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, finally we could enter the temple. While we advanced the labyrinth enlarged. It was an every feat to pass through them, and to see the innumerable and enigmatic you figure facts of stone. Although the guide had recommended us not to move away neither to free us of the rope, to one of my friends occurred him himself that we set apart us of the group. The idea was not of the every lunatic, I think; except, because no longer we could find the road and afte...Read More