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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... daughter) . She wants to catch up for a drink. Given that we have not had a chance to meet up with her as yet, we arrange to meet at the hotel and go somewhere for a drink.
Gabriela picked us up at 5.30pm and we make our way to Cala for a Pisco Sour. It was good to meet with Gabby, she seems to be doing okay....a business woman who runs her own marketing company with her husband. They both have an interest in property investment. We talked ...
... We are dropped off and off we go in search for the illusive Tallarines Saltados I used to have as a kid. We walk through the aisles and look at estrange food offerings and many vendors selling everything from fruit juice to criollo foods. Fresh meats being cu up into pieces on order and fresh fish of every kind all display on counters without any type of refrigeration. This is always a talking point when we visit markets around the world. Wow, sensory overload for sure. ...
Back at the hostel, we chilled out until we fell asleep. With so much food at lunch there was no need to head out for dinner again!
Day 62 - We'd had a super comfy night's sleep in the huge bed, so we woke refreshed and headed downstairs for a quick breakfast.
We'd planned to do our usual walking tour of the city. The Lima bus tours of the capital had pretty poor reviews so we decided to stay on foot. When we met with ...
... much similar across all the romance languages. But juice, I had no idea what the Spanish word for juice was and pronouncing the French word 'jus' drew a blank. I gestured at a nearby diner drinking orange juice and sighed operatically, Juuuuice! The waitress's face cleared and she nodded and walked inside to place my order. Except she came back with soup. Soup with meat in it. And I have been a vegetarian for about two decades now. I looked miserably from the soup to ...
... s also a super market a block from the hostel and it's basically super store or a super Walmart. Food, clothes, electronics, everything. We bought a bunch of fruit, and water, granola bars, and some yogurt and it was just over $10. We feel safer here than in Quito. The streets are wide and well lit and there's lots of traffic and people walking around. In Quito it seemed like there were lots of people but they were all just kind of lingering and loitering ...