DUO Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... alone – some buses are painted red, green, yellow or blue. It’s crazy. Lima was founded in the early 1500’s and is a very colonial city with very old buildings with very ornate balconies. It’s a desert climate here, similar to Trujillo – it never rains – maybe once every four years or so they might get less than one inch of rain – but the humidity is bad. They get all ...
... to 2 American couples to fill in time. They are staying at the same hotel as us, so we have agreed to meet at the bar tonight for a beer. Well after a 7 hr delay we left for Cusco, gateway to Machu Pinchu. Flew over the Andies , what a site they are Arrived just at Cusco just before dark, transferred to Very old historic Casa Andina Private Collection Cuzco Hotel. Plan was to have Dinner with the group however ...
Like a lot of the major cities in South America, Lima has a reputation for not being a very nice place. I spent 6 days there in between connections to and from Cusco and before and after my week in Vegas (a holiday from my holiday as my parents called it).
I found Lima to be a pretty nice place to spend a few days. Admittedly I didn't tour much of the city, ...
... with good sized portions at a great price. We finished the evening by watching 21 Jump Street with a few of the other people in the hostel. Sometimes when you are staying in a dorm of 8 beds you will be woken early by an alarm as people have to get up for flights or busses or tours. Today a guys alarm went off around 5 and it rang through and he didn't stir. 2 minutes later it went again and nothing, so Chris shook him, and shook him, and shook ...
... home from the airport that Ecuador and Peru completely blow Europe out of the water for me. As much as I appreciate Europe, I think the reason for my South American preference is that I'm at a period in my life where I see more value in taking advantage of my health by spending time being active and appreciating what the world has to offer through that form than I am interested in over-crowded tourist landmarks.
I can't rave enough about how ...