Crowne Plaza Lima
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Hoy visitamos Lima un rato. El plan original era solo llegar a cenar en Lima, dejando más tiempo para Cuzco. Al final decidimos adelantar el vuelo y nos permitió unas horas para conocer el centro de Lima.
Una ciudad de 10 mil de hab, Lima es como supongo serán la mayoría de capitales de Latinoamerica. Muy parecida al DF, una ciudad gris, con …
... leaving us with only one full day in that city. Our flight arrived late Thursday night, and we went straight to our hotel in the upper-end district of Mira Flores. It was 11:30pm by the time we finally checked into our rooms, but it felt like 1am because of the time difference with Buenos Aires. We were all exhausted and went straight to bed.
Since we were only staying in Lima for one day before heading ...
... this Business Class is very nice - the personal service ("Mr Watt, would you like full cream or lite milk in your muesli?"), linen napery, the real cutlery, fine china, glassware, pyjamas, champagne, cognac, cheese platter, ladies and gents toiletry bags, the real towels to dry your hands, lay flat beds ...... It's just wonderful. I could get used to it. During the flight over I watched the movies Pride; The Best of Me (based on a Nicholas Sparks book) ...
... a moral and aesthetic imagination deep enough and wide enough to encompass the contradictions of our time and of our history, the tremendous loss and tragedy as well as greatness and nobility, an imagination capable of recognizing that where there is light there is shadow, that out of hubris and fall can come moral regeneration, out of suffering and death, resurrection and rebirth.
Havel, V. (1994) Address on the Occasion of the Jackson ...
... how to see, and how to respond to, the world. But the excitement waned as we found that the story was more complicated. Gradually, with unfolding research, it became obvious that both hemispheres seemed to contribute to language, both to visuospatial imagery: both were involved in reason and both in emotion, which were inextricably involved with one another. In fact it didn't matter what it was our brains were engaged in doing, both hemispheres were in it up to the neck ...