Aquisito Bed and Breakfast

Address: Avenida Centenario # 114, Lima, 02, Peru | Hostel
 
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      Day 42 - 48 - ACTV, Papachos, Bars, candles & Cuy

      A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Dec 07, 2014

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      ... The streets are filled with lights - a spectacle that is most celebrated and admired in Villa de Leyva. Barranco was having it's own mini night of candles.

      We went to Bierhaus - a two story bar with an outdoor balcony. He once again got very unlucky with his drink order, opting for the one with the most alcohol. My drink, a combination of rum, vodka, mint liquor, melon liquor and ice, was very tasty. Sebastian's, tequila, vodka, melon ...

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      A travel blog entry by graceandmarcus on Dec 03, 2014

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      ... We walked down to the coast and walked along the Miraflores boardwalk to Barranco. Beautiful walk with great views along the coast. In Barranco we had a delicious seafood lunch at Canta Rana, it was very popular so we had a short wait. Grilled fish and garlic shrimp & crab were our meals and both were great. We then checked our Barranco Central Parque, a couple of churches and Barranco Boulevard. Headed back to Miraflores and ...

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      After that adventure I headed back towards the Larcomar and grabbed a cab to the Museo Larco, a museum on Incan and Pre-Incan culture. I had debated whether to head to the Museo Larco or to the more historic part of Lima with the San Francisco Monastery and the catacumbas. I settled on the ...

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      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Oct 04, 2014

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      ... and they have forgotten the sacred knowledge of their bodies, their senses, or their dreams. They don't use the knowledge the spirit has put into every one of them; they are not even aware of this, and so they stumble along blindly on the road to nowhere - a paved highway which they themselves bulldoze and make smooth so that they can get faster to the big empty hole which they'll find at the end, waiting to swallow them up. It's a quick comfortable superhighway, but ...

      Looking around Lima

      A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Aug 07, 2014

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      ... make up the city of Lima. One of the more famous parts of the area is a large sculpture called El Beso (the kiss). Located in the "Love Park" by the Pacific Ocean, it depicts the sculptor, Victor Delfín, and his wife kissing. According to local accounts, the mayor of the district holds (or used to hold) a competition for the couple who could sustain the longest kiss, and this sculpture celebrates this. The park is supposedly inspired by Antoni Gaudí's Parc Guell ...