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John and I got a wonderful night's sleep last night. Finally! We slept in until 7:45am. No one else was awake yet so we had to sneak out. We had one guy in our room who talked during his sleep. It was loud and pretty funny. As we were leaving he started rambling off random words but he didn't wake up.
Our first stop of the day was to the …
We slept alright on the bus, John better than me. I don't know what my problem is. Our bus breakfast was a roll with cheese and some coffee. At least it was food and it was filling. We pulled into the Lima station around 10AM and collected our bags. We both agreed that it was by far the best bus we have ever taken. It even beats Megabus. The hostel …
... Jhony, the same tour guide that gave Jason a tour of Lima. Over four hours, we visited the central market, Plaza de Armas, Plaza San Martin, the Cathedral of Lima, and other historical attractions in the area. Many of the historical colonial buildings in Lima feature ornately designed, elevated balconies made of dark wood. These balconies feature tightly entwined wood in the front, which makes it easy for the people inside the balconies to look out, ...
... Brazilian couples to join them for late lunch. We met a little later at the impressive La Rosa Nautica retaurant on the pier in Miraflores, which my taxi driver had recommended on the way in. We proceeded to progress through a super tasty selection of scallops, cerviche and catch of the day - amazing flavours and I enjoyed Octopus ceviche much more than I expected to! They've offered to show me the locals take on Sau Paulo, if I visit, so ...
... icons of Peru. After the cemetery we went to the central part of town, so basically all the real tourist stuff. Walked down some side streets and Lima's Cultural Boulevard. Basically all books, movies, and music stores with some pretty cool murals. Next we went to lunch where I got to eat the best ceviche in the world (it's the dish to get in Lima). After lunch we went to the hotel that invented the Pisco Sour, Peru's national alcoholic drink. It ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking