Del Pilar Miraflores Hotel
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- Minibar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... style with a Mudejar ceiling. Of course, there are also some creepy catacombs used as a cemetery during the Colonial period where there are femur bones and skulls on display. The other bones have long disintegrated. Unfortunately, no pictures were allowed anywhere in the building. In addition, there is a Peruvian Last Supper painting (dated 1656) featuring roasted Guinea pig with the Apostles drinking from Inca cups. There are also blue tiles in ...
... we did the open-top bus tour, which I actually found really interesting, we met up with the Leeds girls and their 2 Scottish friends (Chris and Graham from Glasgow), for not 1 but 2 nights out (1 which ended with us smoking cigars, eating fudge and riding a Ferris wheel, and the other which ended up with us dancing until 3am and running through the streets of Sydney to escape a couple of weird guys who had latched onto our night out). The girls and the Scots were staying ...
... it. So we make our across town to the airport hotel for the night. After we get checked in we drop our bus and take another taxi to the city center. Formerly called the Plaza de Armas, it was here that Francisco Pizarro founded Lima. Major institutions such as La Cathedral, the Palacio Arzobispal (Archbishop's Palace), the Municipalidad (Town Hall), and the Palaciode Gobierno (Government Palace) were established ...
... can concentrate on what comes before ... or "who" comes before: the Huari (Wari’), Chavin, and other predecessors of the Inca, but more of that later.
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... that our group should stick together he then hightailed it to catch the train! Ignoring the no-trespassing signs alerting us that we shouldn't be walking along the railway pathway, or through the tunnels, we headed off. The walk through the cloud forest was pleasant enough until it got dark. Clumped together, aided by the fluorescent glow of mobile phones we picked our way along the track for the last two kilometres in complete darkness.