Lynik La Casa De Blanca
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... you could do a brief tour in English. The museum is housed in the old building of the National Senate, where during the Spanish Inquisition prisoners were tortured in the basement. Unfortunately, there was no English guide on the day we went, and no signs in English either, so our tour around the exhibits became a very brief one, although we were part fascinated and part creeped out by the life-size waxwork models of people being tortured.
Next, we set off for ...
... La Mar may have set the bar too high.
As this was our last day, we returned to our favorite activity; taking in the ocean views from the cliffs. This part of Lima really is a different world from the hustle and bustle. We wrapped up the day with a special dinner at El Senorio & Sulco (cause we had coupons for free pisco sours) before packing up. One final round of ceviche, an Amazonian dish, and a North Peruvian one; wrapped with an amazing dessert. Our return ...
... and they were both looking for bread to soak up the sauce. My suckling pig was wonderful and the wine was excellent. Sounds a lot like masterchef. Back to the hotel and maybe a few more Pisco Sour's. Why not a chilli one for Mark and once again a lemongrass for Cath as well as Just have to try the purple corn Pisco (different). The next day off to the Pachacamac pyramids. Pachacamac was an idol that was made of the lower section of a snake, the ...
... so much so that they even have a House of Gastronomy Museum. This was rather more pleasant than the Inquisition Museum we went to yesterday, which was blood-thirsty, to say the least.
The highlight of this fortnight has been our visit to the Islas Palomino which are the biggest islands in Peru. They are desert islands – just sand and rock - but San Lorenzo is a navy zone, El Fronton an old prison island, Cabinzas is the ...
... public place in Lima. Francisco Pizarro founded the area in 1535
two years after tearing down the Inca Empire. He personally
designed the 117 block main square with all the important
institutions built around it. He designed it block by block, like a
chessboard of squares, featuring 40 foot long blocks with
40-foot-wide streets. Thus in the north side of the plaza is the
imposing Palacio del Gobierno (Presidential Palace) with its big iron
gates. To the ...