Travel Blogs from Lima
Lima is a city packed with vehicles and the scent of gasoline, especially along the city center. You would have to be a dare devil to drive on the streets of Peru, drivers sniff out spaces to swirl in and out of the congested traffic as if they were in pursuit of somebody. We stayed in Lima hostel for three nights, turns out to be an apartment/hostel that our boat Marco stayed in too. The kitchen and every n g was really clean ...
... packed with dozens of families having Mother's Day lunch, so we had no hope of getting a seat. Too bad, because the seafood platters, fish stews, chowders and plates of rice with shellfish looked delicious! Instead, we went to the huge local supermarket and bought chicken legs, rice, empanadas and a big beer for about $4 and ate it picnic-style back in our room!
We really started to worry when a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet