samedi, septembre 23, 2017

Bienvenue à La Casa de Arturo - Welcome to La Casa de Arturo

Diner Colombien
Colombian Dinner with our guest! 


Le site communautaire de réservations de chambres chez l’habitant "BedyCasa" visite la Casa de Arturo
We are so honer to host the "Homestay booking communite website, BedyCasa" during their trip in Lima.

Possibilité de faire des repas
We are so proud to offer our homemade fresh meals to our guest. For us, serving our guest just like serving our family, we always use two main ingredients, warm heart and fresh foods!

Diner avec nos hôtes
Our host, Arturo and guests were enjoying the great time together. We enjoy the talks and nice dinner together. 



Plats locaux et européens peuvent être dégustés
In our table, both European and Peruvian dishes are always available with our guest request.



Du gâteau e du "Pisco Sour" - combinaison parfaite
What can be better than Cake and Pisco Sour combination! perfecto!



Quelqu'un veut du pasta? 
Anyone interested in our homemade Pasta supplement with nice wine?



Living room with television are always accessible for our guests!

On s´amuse bien chez la Casa de Arturo
The smiles from our guests is always our primary mission of La Casa de Arturo :)


Notre rue située dans un quartier très tranquil de Lima
Our surrounding streets is located in a quiet neighborhood of Lima. Here you can enjoy your authentic and simplicity staying with us. 

Bienvenues dans notre maison!
Welcome to La Casa de Arturo! We are so delightful to host our friendly guests from Canada. 

Nos chambres comfortables
Our room are always funished with sense warmness and relaxedness.  


Our triple room in the house. 



Chambres familiales -a
In our family rooms, we are delightful to provide the small family with most comfortable environment. 


Chambres familiales-a
Family rooms 



Chambres familiales-b
Family rooms


Chambres familiales-b
Family rooms 



Salle de bains, douche à l'eau chaude
Our guest can enjoy our spacious bathroom, 24 hours hot water shower, and nice tile floor. 



Espace internet, 24/7 Wifi dans toute la maison
We also have internet area with two functional computers for the fuests and 24hours Wifi connection throughout the whole house. 



Notre petit jardin pour se détendre, écouter de la musique, etc.
Are you searching for the place to realxing and mediation? You are in the right place! 
Our little garden is the perfect place to talking, music or even jsut relaxing.



Notre cuisine où on peut conserver et réfrigérer ses aliments et boissons
Our kitchen is where the guests can store and chill their own foods. 

Le petit dejeuner chez nous - Our Fresh Breakfast! - Nuestro desayunito Peruano







Le Petit-Odéjeuner (desayuno) typique Péruvien
Our guest enjoy Peruvian breakfast with us!


Pain frais et fruits locaux en abondance
In our breakfast, there are always freshly baked breads and plenty of local fruits, 
which prepare your food with great energy! 


We are also happy to provide the healthy foods for the family travlers.


Our little guests enjoy the choco hot latte and fresh juice that we prepared for them! 



                                                Local choices at breakfast like the quinoa
                                        you can see in the pot for a real Peruvian experience



Petit-déjeuner continental continental avec du fromage, du jambon et des fruits d'origine locale
Continental breakfast with cheese, hams et locally sourced fruit 


Différents types de fruits et légumes sont servis selon la saison
Different kinds of fruit and vegetable are served according to season.



                         What can be better than start a day with great breafast and great companies!


                      We love to serve the different type of peruvian fruits for our guests´ breakfast.



Chocolat chaude, Nesquik etc. pour les enfants
Hot chocolate, Nesquik etc. for the little ones

Les environs de Lima avec Arturo - Attractions near lima with Arturo!



Tour with Arturo, where you can experience more local lively life! 


Jacques, Francoise, et Arturo dans la bodega du vin a Lunahuana
Wine making in Lunahuana with Jacques, Francoise and Arturo

Francoise, Arturo et Daniel dans une cave a Lunahuana
A quelques kilomètres au nord de Lima, Chancay est une ville historique et station balnéaire
Francoise, Arturo and Daniel visiting a quarry in Lunahuana
Chancay is an historical town in the outskirts of Lima, as well as a seaside resort 


Arturo et Daniel déjeunent proche des ruines de Pachacamac
Arturo and Daniel eatingnear Pachacamac ruins

Temple Krishna


Arturo vous propose des ballades hors des sentiers battus. A dos de cheval, venez découvrir la ville de Barranca, entre Océan pacifique et dunes de sable. Une façon originale de connaître la côte péruvienne

Get off the beaten track with Arturo. Discover the city of Barranca on horse back, between the Pacific Ocean and sand dunes. Am unconventional way of discovering the Peruvian coast



Un membre de notre famille organise des ballades à cheval à Supe
A family member organizes horse riding tours in the city of Supe

Lima, la cité des Rois - Tour avec Arturo - Lima City Tour with Arturo




Petit Historique de la Ville de Lima 

Lville de Lima, également connue sous le nom de " Cité des Rois", fut fondée le 6 janvier 1535 sur les rives du fleuve Rimac par le conquistador Fransisco Pizarro pour les bonnes conditons géographiques et stratégiques du lieu. Le mot "Lima" vient de Rimac, vocable Quechua signifiant "bavard". Durant la vice-royauté, entre les XVIème et XVIIème siècles, Lima devint la plus importante et la plus puissante ville de cette partie du continent, étant au centre de toutes les activités commerciales et culturelles. Le 28 juillet 1821, suite à la chute de la vice-royauté et à une série de mouvements politiques d' émancipation, le général José de San Martin proclama l'indépendance du Pérou initiant ainsi l' étape républicaine...


Short History of the City of Lima 
Lima, also known as "The Royal city", was founded on 6th January 1535 on the banks of the river Rimac by the Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro since the site presented good geographical and strategic qualities. The word "Lima" comes from Rimac, which in the Quechua language means "Talkative". At the time of the Viceroyalty, between the 16th and 17th centuries, Lima became the most important and the most powerful city of this side of South America, being the centre of all commercial and cultural activities. On 28th July 1821, following the fall of the viceroyalty and the spread of pro'independence political movements, General Jose de San Martin proclaimed the independence of Peru, thus commencing the Republican period.






                        Yoann y Mathieu avec tout les enfants sur la place central de Lima
Yoann and Mathieu, together with the children in Lima's main square


                              Our guests getting to know the cuy that is part of Peruvian diet.





Our guests getting to know the cuy that is part of Peruvian diet.




Checking out the Serpent Cream. A healing cream for sore muscles and much more. Crocodile skull, the body of the snake, and plants and flowers from the jungle, all soak together to later go into the cream.

Arturo and two guests drinking the jugo de rana (frog juice), tradicional drink that is believed to have many health benefits

                    Group gathered before the tour start in Lima center, everybody aound the tuk-tuk


                  Having choclo con queso (corn with cheese) typical Peruvian breakfast


                  Maiz morado, typical kind of corn used in the preparation of the dink chicha


                                                               At the animal market




Anticuchos can be found on street-carts and street food stalls (anticucheras). The meat may be marinated invinegar and spices (such as cuminají pepper and garlic). While anticuchos can be made of any type of meat, the most popular are made of beef heart (anticuchos de corazón). Anticuchos often come with a boiled potato or bread on the end of the skewer



                                          A typical Peruvian desert called Champus caliente