El Condado Miraflores Hotel & Suites
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... up the main street (Larco) to get our bearings. Towards the end of Av. Larco we passed Kennedy park which is famous for all of the stray cats which live there (and which are fed at 11pm each evening - apparently). It's pretty odd seeing so many cats in one place, particularly so near such busy roads, but they seem completely at home there. To finish off our first day we went for a very traditional Peruvian ... Starbucks before going back to the hotel for an early ...
... will find it somewhere else. We jumped in a taxi and headed to the city centre to by Turrón de Doña Pepa at St Martin bakery. Pasteleria San Martin is located on the north side of Plaza San Martin in downtown Lima. Their turrón is on display just outside and you can purchase by weight. It is incredible!. They put it in a box, wrapped in paper and tied with a bow. Guys at home are going to love it! Turron de Doña Pepa is made up ...
... these moments. I don't want to be a spoiler, but it is exciting coming across lines like, "A consequence of a settled existence is that it permits one to store food surpluses... Stored food is essential for feeding non-food-producing specialists... Two types of such specialists are kings and bureaucrats. Hunter-gatherer societies tend to be relatively egalitarian..." and so on. Diamond is ...
... br> I hired a taxi on the two previous days. On one we went to Miraflores, Barranco, San Isidore and a tour along the ocean and to outlying towns. Part of the journey was to find a women’s co-op in order to buy presents for my granddaughters.
I toured Hullamarca which is a step pyramid - now in the middle of the city - which was built two thousand years ago and has been restored to some degree. These step pyramids have been built all over the world ...
... emailed about every time this awesome blog is updated!) I've added photos from our trip to old town during the day and also our night bus tour. Ok and onto the missed random facts! - on our tour of the catacombs they told us how they were still being used for the monks that lived there. And there was a monk buried in the catacombs only 3 months ago. Obviously this wasn't part that was open to the public. Thank god. I found the place creepy as it was. - ...