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 …
... Pizarro, the Spanish "founder" of Lima who dictated the design and layout of the first building of the Cathedral of Lima. Pizarro is largely hated across Peru today... so it is somewhat ironic that his remains are kept in one of the country's most famous and sacred buildings. Secondly, there is a very interesting museum inside the Cathedral, housing a number of priceless artefacts (gold and silver statues, paintings, early biblical figurines) from the early church in Peru. ...
... once thanks to the Lonely Planet. In the evening we met the rest of the group- 17 girls and 3 boys! We all went out for dinner to a local restaurant and tried some local dishes including Ceviche as pictured above, it's a raw fish marinated in lime juice, extremely delicious! For mains I had fettuccine with steak- a Peruvian delicacy, again very ...
... like kool aid. I can’t even put into words how great the food tasted and I have to say thanks to Paola for showing us this. After our delicious meal we made our way to the Convento de la San Francisco located a few blocks from where we’d eaten. The church and monastery were built back in the 1600-1700’s. We ended up taking a small tour of the church where we were able to see the ancient construction, secret rooms, and the library containing ...
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basically hasnt been touched for 20 years. looks tatty
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