El Condado Miraflores Hotel & Suites
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... at the Cricket Club.
On Monday after the reunion, several classmates,
about 25, went to celebrate one classmate's
birthday at Bodega Quirolo.
The next day he was with daughter Virginia at the Regatas Club waiting for the grandson to finish his swimming classes.
... glaciers with small villages in the valleys. Cusco is the sentimental capital of Peru and is quite large (population 500,000). There is organised chaos at the airport, with several taxi drivers trying to take our fare. We finally found Wilbert, the driver organised by our accomodation to pick us up and drive us the 30km to Pisac. The roads were narrow and windy with lots of beeping of horns - this seems to indicate either I'm here, watch out ...
... platforms dotted along the routes where you jump on or off. Barranco is near the end of the southern line, and plans for more lines are being made. You pay using a prepaid touch card, a bit like an Oyster card for those Londoners out there. Is this all sounding familiar...? Remember all the free walking tours we've taken around South America? Well this time I was treated to a "Walking With Phil" free tour of the centre of Lima. Armed with Lonely Planet in hand, we took ...
... for Peruvian food tempt me but commonsense (otherwise known as Graham) prevails.
I was not so keen on going to dinner at another blow out restaurant after the Alinea experience. It had been hyped up so much and failed to deliver, so what now of AstridyGaston?
Still, committed we organise the taxi and soon are in the suburb of St Isidor, within spitting distance of the affliuent looking buisiness district. The ...
Moved to the tour hotel today. (much nicer... no smelly carpet or workmen next door who start drilling and banging at 7am). Then more exploring around Lima. Visited the kissing park (no snog though!) a Gaudi inspired park with a beautiful sculpture. Apparently there was a kissing competition when it opened which was won by the mayor of Lima with 43!! (they have a female mayor... which may have been a factor). Had a very pleasant Spanglish chat with a chap from ...