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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... nicer areas of the generally deprived city. We had a decent dinner and were back fairly early intending to have a quiet, early night. The opposite happened. There was a poker tournament at the hostel (which I ended up winning - obviously wasn't gonna leave that out) and a couple of lads playing were going for a night out which, by that time, I was keen on. We ended up getting absolutely smashed at an average club and I have no idea what time we got back, it was a good night ...
Shona left for her flight back home this morning, boo! And Lucy and I were quite hungover again, so had a pretty lazy day with the boys. We went and saw the coastline which was cool and then met up with Diego that evening. He is staying with his cousins in Lima. Poor thing messed his knee up doing the inca trail so is in a big knee brace and has to fly home early which sucks for him. But it was lovely to see him as ...
... Santiago flight was delayed because they could not detach the air bridge from the plane. Who makes these air bridges? Toyota? Air time 16.5 hours, elapsed time 26 hours - arrived in Lima on time without drama. Except, took five minutes or so for me to convince immigration officer that my business visa was valid until Dec. 2014 that it had not expired in 2013. What would we do without ...
Our second stay in Lima was marred by a week of illness, but Lima still managed to surprise me in a positive way. Despite almost only meeting other travellers who disliked Lima, and mostly only eating in ****** restaurants in what is supposedly a gastronomy-capital, I loved the city.
Each of the four districts I visited, in the city of about 10 million inhabitans, felt like a small city in itself, being so markedly different ...
... oneself with the locals, and to somewhat share in their
culture. I may not be as discriminating about wine, but when it
comes to food, I am his equal. My husband and I are both passionate
about flavor, ingredients , aroma, and presentation. So while we are
in Peru, we will not be going to explore the Inca trails, or go to
Machu Picchu. We want to taste all of Peru's food from the
rain-forest, to the coast, ...