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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 …
... site. Our tour started out dry; however, halfway through, the rain started, which made all these stone steps very slippery. Henk and I returned on our own the next day to Machu Picchu to visit the areas not seen the first day. Words can't adequately describe the majestic and breathtaking sites we saw high atop Machu Picchu.
The Vistadome train took us back to Cusco and then flew back to Lima. Our last day in Lima we visited the Museo Larco, a ...
Yesterday we met Sr Maeve and Sr Clare - two Cross and Passion nuns who lead projects that are supported by St Brigid's Third World Group (www.stbrigids3wg.com) - for lunch near our hotel and then travelled out to where they live and work in the settlement of Villa El Salvador. We made the half-hour journey to the South-East of Lima in their almost 40-year-old red VW Beetle. Though some of the journey was on a section of the grandly named Pan-American Highway ...
... I was relieved for the down time before the craziness of the tour was to get started.
I then went to find some shops where I might be able to get a sim card (or chip, as it's known in South America). I found the Movistar counter and was told to come back in an hour because the guy was at lunch. Apart from the supermarket and a few little stalls outside, there was nothing in this area to do at all. I had no idea how I was going to kill an hour. So for some reason ...