Travel Blogs from Lima
... you a good idea of how large the place was. We also went and visited one of the oldest libraries in South America and it took all of my self resolve not to climb over that stupid little white rope and explore the array of books. After our tour, we stopped off at the shops for lunch and checking into our flight. We then realised something. That you need to book train tickets to get to Machu Picchu which we were doing the following day. We didn't realise ...
... buildings in on the same road as well as a large advert we could see on top of an adjacent building when we were in our hotel room. We were still early for our trip round Lima, but decided that we should have some lunch. After the biggest breakfast ever we weren't exactly hungry, so decided on a smoothie and cinnamon pastry from the cafe attached to the hotel while we waited for the tour bus to arrive and pick us up. The bus arrived to pick us up from the hotel, ...
... visit we headed to the prison, a short walk around we saw how men lived and were tourtured. The city was built up with plenty of shops and eateries, many KFC, starbucks and mcdonalds. As we walked we observed the number of security guards and female police officers on the streets. We walked to the park of fountains for the evening performance. The park was full of impressive fountains and the show was extremely creative with lights, music and water ...
... appena. Sia chiaro, il traffico folle e il casino generale ci sono senz'altro, ma semplicemente si è rivelato abbastanza semplice evitarli. I quartieri dove abbiamo passato la maggior parte del tempo qui a Lima, i già citati Barranco e Miraflores, potrebbero trovarsi benissimo in una qualsiasi città europea. In effetti questi ultimi tre giorni sono stati tutt'altro che avventurosi; diciamo che ci siamo dati al lusso sfrenato, una piccola parentesi in questi mesi ...
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Tried our fist Pisco Sour (national cocktail), what a gorgeous drink! Pisco is a grape brandy only produced in Peru & Chile, it has a wonderful kick, and combined with fresh lime juice, simle syrup , egg white & angostura bitters...it's a beauty!
We only had 3 days in Lima & were keen to try some of the local seafood dishes.
We strolled along the coast heading south until ...
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Lima Residencial, Lima | Hotelfrom $67
Lima Residencial, Lima | Hotelfrom $25
Lima Central, Lima | Hotelfrom $8
Lima Central, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $37
Lima Residencial, Lima | Hotelfrom $16
Calle Dos de Mayo 1046, Lima | 2 star hotelfrom $22
Av. General Mendiburu 151, Miraflores, Lima | Hotelfrom $9
Cercado de Lima, Lima | Hotelfrom $33
Bernini 270 San Borja, Lima | Hotelfrom $15