Casa Andina Classic - Miraflores San Antonio
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Lima ... Interesting town with lots of history ... But totally gridlocked...all day long. The majority of cars have one person in them and they pay absolutely no attention to lanes, lights or anything else. Downtown there are traffic cops that take their lives in their own hands to direct traffic, but really with little effect. And I was in a huge …
23rd June - Travel to Lima via plane in morning which was fine & saw cusco from the air which was different view.Transfer over to hotel ok, tho drivers in lima are bit mental!
Once arrived checked in & chilled out for a while before walking down to coast to check out little shipping area & have abeer looking at the pacific! …
18th June - got bus last night & evening was running on time too!
Wasnt feeling to hot when got onto bus, but are the food they provided anyway. Not special, some meat& rice.
Didn't sleep well even tho was in Cama as just not enough leg room so ended up on side with cramp ask night in one leg of the other!
Got to cusco fine …
Day 1 - Lima
Today we have a free day in Lima before flying to Cuzco tomorrow morning. Our wakeup call was once again an hour late, but that was of little consequence - we didn't miss breakfast and we had nothing planned for the day anyway, so the angry monkey man did not need to pay a visit.
We're still recovering from yesterday's …
Today we were able to sleep in a bit before meeting up with Monica for a private tour of Lima at 10 a.m. We quickly found out about Lima traffic. We were stuck in traffic for quite a bit before arriving at the Silver Factory. We had a private tour of how they create sterling silver and how they make their pieces of jewelry. It was a family owned …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
basically hasnt been touched for 20 years. looks tatty
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