Thunderbird Hotels Carrera
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... the whole of Lima on a Sunday afternoon, despite the gloom. There is a lighthouse and Parque del Amor with Gaudiesque seating and a romantic sculpture.
Later we wandered down to the local square and found a small place doing tacos which was all we wanted after a lovely lunch.
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