Miramar Hotel Lima
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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After an incredibly cheap flight due to an administrative mistake (they charged me $14 instead of $140, WIN!) I found myself in Lima . My first night was excellent because a friend I’d made in Cusco took me to a gig full of alternative people, and I remembered how great dancing the night away to obscure bands and my friends djing was.
In Lima my goal was to find someone to come on an adventure with me to the Jungle. The adventure would not ...
... und versorgen. Interessanter Weise fand man bei den Ausgrabungen und den geologischen Analysen fast keine Skelette der Ehemaligen Bewohner dieser Stadt. Gegenstände wie Töpfe und Schmuck wurden aber während der Ausgrabungen entdeckt. Die hier lebende Zivilisation war weit entwickelt so hatten sie schon Bodenheizungen in ihren Häuser. Jedes Haus besaß eine Küche mit einer Flachen Steinplatte unter der Feuer gemacht wurde und somit ...
... new here and there but hey, a little bit of maintenance is to be expected I suppose! Beaten down by the heat, the altitude, and the 8042 steps on the walk down (I counted them so I did) it was back on the train to Cusco. Over the next few days my aimless wandering around this city positioned at 3200m high showed no bounds. I negotiated for wares at the numerous artisan markets and even though things were already cheap I would still haggle with gusto. They have a ...
... to think for ourselves to plan our every move whilst quickly learning some Spanish.
After a long wait at the harbour due to our switched off brains and incompetence we eventually made it to our waiting taxi and were wizzed through the streets of Lima to our hostel. Having read all the horror stories in Lonely Planet we were a little apprehensive about Lima as it came with whole host of warnings about taxi kidnappings, window smashing and bag ...
... The guide said in the summer when the river is full of water, they have to drive another 30 minutes and then walk a long way to get to the site. Good thing we decided to visit in the winter. That, and it was warm there. Nothing but desert sand and sun. In the summer it must be sweltering!
Caral was a large settlement in the ...