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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Flughafen Lima um 18:00. nach der 13-stündigen Reise sind wir echt erschöpft. Kaum aus dem Flughafen rausgekommen hat ein bestellter Fahrer vom B&B gewartet, da ja die Taxis nicht immer nett zu Touristen sein sollen. Bei einer mühsamen Autofahrt (50min) nach Miraflores mussten wir feststellen, dass die amerikanische …
After a week in the Galapagos with no internet and a limited number of mini marts and souvenir shops, we were excited to arrive in Lima and it didn't disappoint. Apart from a hairy taxi ride from the airport (driver was happy to take us but had less idea of where we were going than we did - at one point he did some knee driving so his hands were …
... need to get off the bus, officially exit Ecuador and officially enter Peru. It is all very unceremonious as you are likely to be half asleep, but cool anyways.
We were only in Chiclayo for a few hours. Nothing there really called our attention. We got some lunch, our first meal in Peru. For lunch was lomito al jugo which is a piece of meat, like a filet, cut into little strips and cooked in vegetables with a lot of salt, usually accompanied by french fries and ...
... used by the priests in training and a lovely chapel dedicated to St Rosa Di Lima - their first Saint. After that we went to a museum ( Museo Larco) where they have a huge store of wonderfully historic objects found in their archeological digs. We then returned to our hotel for a nap - some of the group went to a restaurant down by the beach for lunch, but honestly, the amount of food we've eaten over the last couple of days whilst just sitting on a plane..... ...
... in tonight around 7 pm (poor things will be soooo knackered with jet lag) there was nothing planned for today as a group and so we, effectively, have this one last day to ourselves. The tour activities begin tomorrow. So, mid afternoon, we took a taxi to the Larco Museum. You don't just jump in the cab when it pulls up, like back home. You have to tell the driver the destination and wait for him to give you a price. Only when you're happy he's ...