El Condado Miraflores Hotel & Suites
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... started crying. No joke, there were a few tears. That was a solid month of weird sleep patterns and plane neck to erase and she did it like a pro. After this is settled into my pedicure not really knowing het to expect. I can honestly say, no one, ever, has paid that much attention to my feet before. I'm starting to feel human again. I walked downstairs and met up with the girls and they proceeded to stroke my feet and marvel ...
... mountain people" live. I was trying to understand, but it's kind of hard to. So far I have collected this little bit of information.... First, the people who live in the mountains of Lima illegally build houses and the government has sought to do anything about it. It is a little like the slums in Kenya, except for there is more globalization I would say(both American and interestingly enough Chinese). There are still doctor offices, people selling dvd's ...
... in the world, if you were staying in
Miraflores – they all look the same.
It did however, have a very pleasant central park named after J F Kennedy, where hundreds of cats reside. All friendly and tame, they are cared for by the council and some very definite cat ladies, and it was quite pleasant seeing them interact with the families visiting this pretty park.
I set off ...
... expecting but nice enough. Following Patti from Switzerland advice we walked down to the Larca Mar mall, sadly didn't find the silver shop and the alpaca shop didn't have the little jacket I liked in my size so I was unable to spend Auntie Mor's birthday money. Got chatting to an English chap about where to eat and he has booked us in to La Gloria so we'll see what that is like this evening.
And the good news in case anyone else has been worrying about it; my hot brush works ...
Today we actually checked out some sights in Lima. Met Bex, another of our new travellers. She's 24 and from England. She's just spent 8 months in Australia and New Zealand working and travelling. She joined us. First we went to the museum of the Spanish Inquisition. Had an amusing guide who couldn't understand why we weren't taking more pictures. It was an average museum. The second place was the San Francisco monastery. Now this was pretty interesting, mainly for ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Condado Miraflores Hotel & Suites Lima
my one night of luxury
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