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Travel Blogs from Lima
... left and set off in search of dinner, which was at Chilli's, Peru's answer to TGI Friday. We had an excellent meal of corn chips and hot sauce, followed by fajitas and a burger for Mr H. We left feeling stuffed and very happy.
The next day, we had a lie in and had a lovely breakfast of ham or cheese sandwiches and some excellent tea and coffee. We then spent an hour chatting to Francis, the gregarious and food-loving owner of the hostel, who gave us lots of tips ...
... market buy some fruit for the day, bus to the city center one day and check out the churches, architecture (packed on weekends), check out the Big Market (see below), then walk along the beach walking path for sunset- sun falls into the ocean :) (http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Revie w-g294316-d1925218-Reviews-Cirque_Hoste l-Lima_Lima_Region.html)
-There are other "fancier, nicer hostels" you can find if ...
... what Heidi Klum would wear for a
Sports Illustrated pictorial. A few pieces were for the protection,
and cover for the hands, and finger nails, making them look like gold
and silver gloves, with matching manicures en vogue!
The museum was founded by Miguel Mujica
Gallo. He started this collection at an early age. His love of
hunting led him to acquire many old weapons. On seeing a
pre-Columbian Tumi, (ceremonial knife), he was fascinated by ...
... familiarise ourselves with the city. After a quick tea we returned to the hotel and had some drinks before heading out, party night tonight as we were in a good city and there was plenty of things to do. We took a taxi to Miraflores an area in Lima where there are bars and restaurants. Once there we asked someone where to go, we were recommend a club called downtown, which ...
... hours of buying the ticket. So after a great night's rest in our lovely hostel in Brena we caught the local 'Colectivo’ bus back to the airport to get a refund for our tickets. Only the Spirit Airlines office at the airport wasn’t open on a Sunday…so we ended up using a pay phone at the airport and eventually got our money back. Not the most exciting way to spend our first day in Lima but the local bus was kind of great as we got to see a lot ...