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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... across a Chifa stand that sold noddles (and 1000 other dishes) and I decide to take a plunge. A Tallarines Saltados Special please!. Michelle was not too hungry at this time (it is around 10.45 am now and I thing she is still digesting her cheese roll). The dish comes out and it is a work of art..... it looks expectacular!. The taste test does not disappoint....this is a great noddle dish and every bit as good as I expected (and remembered). Mum would be very happy...this one ...
Friday April 24 2015: slow start this morning, on the bus at 9.30 for an excursion into the desert to see the Pachacmac Ruins. Lima has in the last 5 years gone from having 15% to 60% middle class and has the fastest growing economy in South America, being the largest exporter of many goods. It is the 5th largest in gold mining, and has large deposits of natural gas in the highlands. Lima has a population of nearly 10m (mainly migrants) and has a chequered history ...
... just outside the main downtown area) and it's the most popular touristy, ritzy area so it's really pretty awesome. We reserved a private room with a shared bathroom and our room was tiny!! Like no floor space when our bags weren't on the bed. And it wasn't like it was a gigantice bed either. It was a double. It was on the third floor, roasting and the fan was super loud. There were rooms on either side that were empty and much larger. With quieter fans so I ...
... towards Machu picchu tourists (alpaca goods, coca sweets and goretex), the town planners have done a remarkable job of ensuring the original character and features of the town remain, so luminous Ronny McDonald signs were banished with more subtle and simple shop names in neutral colours and local fonts. The overall impression was therefore a quaint and beautiful old cobbled town. Our first couple of days in Cusco were spent acclimatising to the altitude (c. ...
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