Blue Star Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... It was expensive, ginormous, and ******n delicious... We admired the high number of cats in the adjacent park.... We thought we might go bowling that afternoon for some jokes as it was hard to find stuff to do quickly in such a vast metropolis.We strolled through the scenic gardens of parque Amor along the coast surrounded by rollerblades, jogging folk, families, skaters and dog walkers to the bowling place in ...
... t stop talking about it and next season, incredible. We then had a flight to catch, all was running smoothly, we had plenty of time to spare, and then our taxi got hit by a lorrie. Don`t worry, Harriet and I are perfectly fine. It was actually for the better as we then managed to get a half price taxi, get in! treated ourselves to a cheeky Starbucks because of it. All in all, Lima was just what we needed and we were very excited about now venturing into the ...
... music and Michelle dancing with all the locals, we went to another club for finally some western music! After a nice hangover fix at Jacks Café, it was time for yet another overnight bus! Arequipa was very much just a stop off before yet another excursion this time to the Colca Canyon...can't say I was overly impressed. I mean it was beautiful but after all of the other things we had seen it just didn't really compare but we did see the second biggest bird in the world! ...
... Astrid y Gaston. The food was spectacular but also the dining experience was first-rate. We went to Huaca Pucllana, a pre-colonial temple site, built by a society called the "Lima culture." This site was uncovered in 1981 and there is roughly 15 more years of excavation to completion. An impressive tour.
During our walk back to the hotel, we went through the park once more and noticed lots of elderly people sitting in an area similar to a ...
... and a To Let sign was up. The taxi waited as we knocked on the door but clearly their was nobody inside. We asked a security man in a booth a bit further up the road and he told us the hostel had closed. It was a bit annoying because it was still on the Hostel World app which is what every traveller uses to book hostels and what was strange was that it was still showing rooms. We asked the driver to take us to another hostel we knew called Kokopelli which turned out to be ...