Del Pilar Miraflores Hotel
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... that my battery would die. Perfect!
I got to the first station (Plaza del Norte) at about 5:45pm, but it was recommended that I wait to get off at the second station in Lima (Javier Prado). It was only supposed to be 45 minutes to get there, but it ended up being nearly two hours. The traffic here is almost as bad as in Bogota. So at 7:30pm I finally arrived at Javier Prado and got a taxi over to Gran Hotel. The first taxi driver I ...
Tried Prickly Pear fruit with my Breakfast, surprisingly sweet & tasty. 9.00 pickup for half day tour of city Visited. The Cathedral , Main square built in 15.35 by the Inca's Presidential Palace, City Hall, Torre Tagle Palace 18th Century Mansion Osambela House The Larco Herrera Museum which has 45,000 Items of Pre Columbian Peruvian artefacts buckets of stuff going back up to ...
... and exiting through large wooden doors. These guards kicked their leg 45 degrees with each step in different formations and at the end the 2 guards on the main steps exited, leaving no guards in site. On our way to the San Francisco Church, we came across a small corner cafe and had amazing ham and cheese (mixto) rolls and cafe con leche (coffee with milk). The San Francisco Monastery and Church, north of Plaza de Armas and close to the river, was ...
... with coconut, tamarind, strawberry and lucuma flavors. I only had a little bit, unfortunately, because the ice did not look like it came from bottled or boiled water, and I didnt want to test my stomach. Later we went and got another frozen treat at another place. Cremoladas are made with cream, not water, so I was able to enjoy it fully this time. We went back to his dad's house for lunch, and stayed visiting a few more hours.
... tanning on the
deck. Though they were laying on their stomachs, and didn't really
showed anything, I was still caught by surprise. Having caught a
glimpse of them, and with the breeze blowing my hair, it was like
listening to Bach A minor in G-string!
At the Crows Nest bar, Mailou, my
German friend greeted me by saying, “I have news for you about your
boyfriend in the watercolour class,” she started teasingly