Crowne Plaza Lima
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Banquet room
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One of the prettiest hotels I have been to abroad! We were greeted with champagne and our room was amazingly clean! Loved it!
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Day 4: Because check out time was at 9 AM but our train did not leave until 4:30 PM, we were forced to check out and kill time. So what better way for two females to kill time? SHOPPING! haha... it was time to go souvenir shopping. Literally when you come outside of the train station there were numerous souvenir stands! More than what you can …
... were many beautiful pictures in the Museum as well. I've put a picture of one that particularly caught my eye as being a bit out of place.
We had lunch at a restaurant that is run by a French order of nuns, called L'Eau Vive. All proceeds go to charity. It might have been the meal I enjoyed the most during the trip.
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... around the corner and selflessly pointed us in the direction of a cooked-breakfast place over her pastry/coffee shop. Our few days in Sydney were packed with activities and yet more drinking, but overall as a place to visit, I was a bit underwhelmed by Sydney. Pretty much everything there is to do and see there you can do and see in most of England’s larger cities. The Harbour is cool to look at (and if you have enough spare cash you can climb the bridge), but ...
Two weeks into 4 weeks of studying Spanish in Lima I had the chance to get out to town and the sempiternal cloud (the next post will cover the month that I spent there).
No Peruvians that I have spoken to, including a handful of tour guides, have known about Checta. There isn't much that is known about the place: hundreds of petroglyphs of people and things that may be 5000 years old that are the only trace of the ...
... excellent explanatory background on peoples and places. Understandably not all dates and names match between these two sources because the evidence is what all pre-historical evidence is – sketchy.
But even geography is subject to debate, it seems. Though everyone agrees there are 4 divisions of the country – even the Inca called their realm the Land of the 4 Quarters (Tawantinsuyu) – National Geographic ...