Hotel El Farolito
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was prime minister a dozen or more years ago. We did a brief bus tour of the downtown area featuring the national cathedral, the Plaza Mejor, various government buildings, and visited Museo Larco which contains a large collection of cultural items from ancient Peruvian times. The most interesting was a huge number of pottery items from the Monchita people. Many are in the shape of vegetables and othe foodstuffs as well as ...
... Spanish in the building we stood in. Grotesque waxworks showed prisoners hung up by their ankles, being stretched on huge racks and cooped up in foetal positions in tiny cells. There was a path leading you through excavations, old rooms that would be able to tell many a tale of the horrific events that took place there. The natural next step for our tour of Lima was the crypts of the Franciscan monastery a shot walk away. In the courtyard of this impressive building, a ...
We are up early today and off to the Grand Military Parade. This is something I have been looking forward to. We are also due to be at Cesar's place at 2pm for a farewell BBQ. So up we get and out the door by 7.30 am We asked the driver to take us to the beginning of Avenida Brazil,, I remember that this is where all the tanks and heavy vehicles congregated in readiness for the parade. As we approached the Malecon (our destination) we started ...
From my comfy seat on the back of the bike I get to see most of the scenery without the stress of keeping the bike on the road!
I also get a bit of time to contemplate, and postulate the why's and wherefores of what I am seeing.
Argentina - big flat spaces - straight roads with cropping - big areas of it in the north eastern areas. Big field machinery and big grain storage facilities. White herons wherever there is moisture and stock - lots of ...
... Peru is the third biggest country in South America with three defined areas - the Coast, the Andes and the Amazon Rainforest. 28 million people, Spanish language and US dollars and Peruvian Sol for currency. Crime is quite high and visitors are advised to be careful with documentation, money and personal items. Street food is a no no as well - this is usually ...