Foresta Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... similarities between Nepal, India , Peru and Latin American countries. Erica is an avid traveller. I was amazed at her collection of magnet tokens on her fridge from almost all countries in Europe, Latin America, India, Nepal, USA. After Chifa lunch(Chinese Peruvian fusion) with Luis we went home and took afternoon nap (siesta :)). Evening spent a little time with waves of Pacific ocean sunset. Now, this part is highlight of the day. I ...
We had to move to the hostel next door this morning as the hostel was fully booked for the night, it turned out being better and cheaper for us anyway. It was at Allpamana and was $20 for the night. Originally we were just in a small bunk room without a bathroom then they upgraded us to the neat door room with its own bathroom, this hostel is pretty run down also but for one night it was okay. We spent some time talking ...
... As long as our brain is a mystery, the universe, the reflection of the structure of the brain, will also be a mystery. - Santiago Ramón y Cajal
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... what can I say, I am a stickler for courtesy, and the same rules simply do not apply overseas.
3) Food Vices. There is nothing like the food you grew up with or consider comfort food, or food you just crave. Maryland crabs with just a little Old Bay. A chocolate muffin with those little crumbly bits on top from Corner Bakery. My mom's lasagna. A chicken bowl with extra rice from Chipotle. An everything bagel with cream cheese and lox. ...
... to a Latin American country with delicious and healthy food.
While it is important to avoid certain areas in Lima, as it still is a very dangerous city, it got much safer than before. I enjoyed exploring the city by foot and bus, going to the MALI art museum and looking at the impressive churches, cathedrals and colonial buildings in the center around Plaza de Armas. ...