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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... and my initial research had lead me to believe that Lima's climbing gym was a mere 13 minute walk from my hostel. About 10 walks up and down the supposed street and a conversation with a local store owner told me that the gym was no longer in Miraflores, but about 35 minutes away in a neighboring barrio. I was a bit bummed out as I walked myself and my climbing shoes back to my hostel.
With the climbing ...
Edinburgh to Lima
An early start for the short hop to Ámsterdam and then a 12 hour flight to Lima, Peru. Flying southwest across the Atlantic, we hit the South American coast over Guyana. We could just glimpse the rain forest and several large rivers outlined in the sun before the clouds closed. We then flew over this vast sea of clouds for hours. At one point we ...
From Mexico, Central America we boarded a plane and flew on one of our more longer flights (5 hours) and headed to Lima, Peru in South America where we would spend 3 nights.
While we have obviously researched heavily the places we will be staying we both really did not know what to expect in Lima.
Upon leaving Lima we were in agreement that we liked Lima a lot.
To us, Lima, was a mix of different things.
... when I go for normal shopping .I really don´t like it, or maybe I could say I hate it…yeah weird thing for a woman but what can I say! I’m not really into that, except for that weekend in which I was crazy to see the different jackets and pants for snow! I had been spending the week before looking for information in internet about models and types of gear that I already had lots ideas in mind but the sad thing was shops of gear in Peru ...
... the temple still remains is due to its "bookshelf" construction. South Americas notorious fault line means there are frequent tremors and quakes, and five in Lima that have been recorded to destroy buildings, one measuring a massive 8.6 on the ricta scale, but the temple still stands. Its designed to take the impact. When the temple was restored they found mummified people inside, and studies have shown they were mainly female. Every 15-20 years ...