Casa Bella Miraflores
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Day 60 - 67: We arrive to our lovely little hotel in the evening and find a bar nearby to enjoy a Pisco sour punch (average) and some also average tapas. We turn in around midnight. The next day after a nice breakfast, we go for a nice walk around the Miraflores neighbourhood. We pass Parque del Amor and the swish-looking Larcomer mall, which …
... Andy and Carlee at a Japanese restaurant but it was closed for renovations. They had found another one on their morning walk so we arranged to meet there at 6pm. Turned out it didn't open until 7pm so we went to find Miraflores' "Pizza Street", a pedestrian street that is full of pizza and pasta restaurants.
With every restaurant offering pretty much the same fare, it was hard to choose where to go. That was until the waiter of one offered ...
... We even spotted a TGIF, Chili's and a Tony Roma's.
And here's a special pic for the Puhr Family, for the many years of jokes at the expense of our favorite coffee hawker:
Let's talk traffic . . . and Lima has plenty of it. The population of Peru is nearing thirty million, nine million of whom live and ...
... fetishes. Starting the tour Half of us are Australian! From Sydney, the rest are English, Canadian and US. Happy bunch. Local bus to Franciscan monastery was very squeezy! The monastery - finally I'm witnessing real history, really old stuff, takes my breath away. A Harry Potter style library, an ossuary in the catacombs, a mass happens as we are there and the singing is so beautiful, resonating through the rooms. Next, Puno - up into the ...
... vermillion flycatcher. Very bright and very sweet. What else have we observed.... Smoking is practically non-existent. You rarely see it. It is banned in all public places. Very surprising. The second hand tobacco smoke won't get you but the petrol and diesel fumes will - in Lima city at least. And the traffic is awful. There is no way anyone in their right mind would want to give it a go. Lots of one-way streets so you find that you need to loop around to get anywhere. Quicker to ...