Del Pilar Miraflores Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... wait in the lobby for our room to become ready. To kill some time we went to the hotel cafe for breakfast (fresh juice, fruit, cereals and eggs,sausages and bacon, made good use of the wifi and watched the first 3/4 of pitch perfect 2 (the final 1/4 failed to copy...) We were finally shown to our room around 11am. It was Room #108 and was situated on the ground floor, with a nice view of the fountain in the courtyard (as well as strobe lighting/dodgy wiring in ...
... a fear of being alone and helpless, which is what I felt that day in 2010. A perfectly rational fear, but also one I can check in with. ‘am I alone?’ yes, ‘am I helpless’ definitely not, ‘how likely is this situation to change into one where I am helpless’ almost impossible. Fear managed.
* you get a sizable fine if you don’t show the peruvian flag outside your house for the whole month of July
... town which is loaded with museums, galleries, plazas and most anything one could want.
The architecture is spectacular. Yesterday I finished up a tour of a cathedral, toured an art gallery and later in the day tour a showing of modern Peruvian art. Today I took a hellish taxi ride to Museo des Ars and toured the entire place but focused on an entirely well done exhibit on the Chauvin culture.
But Lima is a city: noisy, dusty, grey and overcast, ...
... coast and finally caught a hop on hop off bus which took us to the old town that we had failed to make it to the day earlier.
The joy of open top buses is that you can just relax and watch the world go by, you can take photos from above without sticking your camera in someone’s face and can really capture the feel of a city or its traffic problems. The highlight of this tour and the place that we had tried to get to the day before was the ...
... through the San Isidro district into Miraflores. The stuffy bus became progressively more packed; the streets outside the window became progressively more affluent, with a number of western eateries popping up, here a Starbucks, there a KFC. The man on the desk had insisted I wait until the end of the line to get off the bus, as this would be the closest point to the Parque del Amor which I had been itching to visit with my camera from the moment ...