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Travel Blogs from Lima
... lost running in a foreign country in a dodgie neighbourhood. Our neighbourhood is on of the best according to tourist information. So clean and beautiful. We love Lima.
Home for a spot of yoga, FIFA World Cup, route clothes washing and a nap for some. Another home lunch too! This time local sausage sandwiches...yum yum. Halfway through cooking lunch though we got a call on our unit phone around 12.30 , saying 3 chicas, check out at 11 ...
After a late arrival to our hotel and the 2 hour time zone change we had a well deserved sleep in. Our hotel is nice and quiet, clean, and bed is comfy. The only nuisance is that the Lima sewers can't handle toilet paper so the toilet has a bin adjacent to deposit! Just not used to that. After a basic breakfast by choice I ended up having a small siesta while Julie read. The constant travel gets ...
... them wanted to be our new best friend and while I thought they were pesky and annoying, Ric, Laurie and Sara thought they were cute and adorable. We later found out from Micheal who we saw later in the lobby of the hotel that the cats are actually very friendly and that on every Saturday an adoption is held in the park for those wanting to bring a new cat home to join their family. So we can now check off going to a cat park from the bucket list!
After dinner, ...
earthquakes here – the last enormous one in 1987 killed 10,000 people and
flattened a lot of the city so it doesn’t have all the history it should have
as most things have had to be replaced. It was the first place we have stayed
where the hotel had a security guard on the front door too, so we are being
extra careful about using the pac-safe in the room and not ...
... peru". The Peruvian gold museum. The Museum is a private collection of ancient artifacts from dating back 1500 years ago. There were items ranging from mummys, to vases, to gold, and the Peruvian tourism symbol the Tumi knife, with the god Nylamp on it.
Central Lima, being founded by the spaniards is avast with spanish infuenced architecture. In contrast with the tiny one story houses that perch on the hills over looking it, the City is ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed