Crowne Plaza Lima
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I had a nice relaxed morning with a pretty late wake up, which was very nice. I had breakfast at the hostel, got my stuff all packed up and headed out around 10:15am. I got a little moto-taxi for the first time in South America. I knew I wasn’t going too far, so I didn’t mind the bumpy ride compared to a regular taxi. It was also nice that it only cost 2 soles ($0.60) to get to the bus terminal from the hostel. I was expecting Marc to be ...
... to 2 American couples to fill in time. They are staying at the same hotel as us, so we have agreed to meet at the bar tonight for a beer. Well after a 7 hr delay we left for Cusco, gateway to Machu Pinchu. Flew over the Andies , what a site they are Arrived just at Cusco just before dark, transferred to Very old historic Casa Andina Private Collection Cuzco Hotel. Plan was to have Dinner with the group however ...
... of Miraflores is an active archeological site called Huaca Pacllana a major administration and ceremonial centre for the Wari people from 200 to 700 AD. I don't have pictures as I accidentally deleted them all when downloading to the ipad. The second day in Lima we visited the colonial centre of Lima around the Plaza de Armas. The Plaza de Armas is a large square with a central fountain where masses of people gather in the gardens surrounded by imposing ...
... and enjoyed the crashing waves. Lima is a city of contracts with the vast majority living in poverty however areas of the city look just like a major Western Capital with posh restaurants, bars, theatres etc. It had a nice vibe and the people were helpful and friendly. We are looking forward to heading back here and investigating it further in a couple of ...
... when all of a sudden through the window the sound of a band with many horms and guitars interrupted us. Jorge's father inspected the street and came back to say, "That's just my neighbor." It turns out that it was the first day of Carneval, and every Sunday there are bands and dancing in festive costumes on the streets. Apparently, until a few years ago boys and men would throw water from pails, water balloons or use water guns on any passing ...