How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Melodia Lima
Travel Blogs from Lima
... face a few feet from the other, shouts in a deep, booming voice ‘Hombre’ and hands the person a brochure and then moves on to the next person. ‘Hombre’ that is all he intoned.
Another man standing with two listeners is speaking passionately but can seldom be heard. Occasionally he raises an arm much like Ozzy Osbourne might do with strobe lights flashing from behind.
We handle circus poorly in our culture. We sit through a Superbowl half time ...
Today, I woke up early (from my spot on the floor of Lelé's house) to find that my internet suddenly decided to work in her house. I was feeling pretty down most of the morning and I had to stick around until the Argentinians (Fer and Anita) returned from working because there is only one key to the house and I wanted to work as well; Lelé would be working the entire day so no worries there. Fer and Anita returned around ...
... maze-like walls I'd seen from the hilltop. (Of course, there are some underground mausoleums, generally for wealthier families to slumber within beyond death). Each coffin is stored in an alcove that is carved with names and icons and saints; and family members regularly pay visits to adorn fresh bouquets of flowers in the little holders each alcove has. Vigilant cemetery keepers walk between these walls with their dark ladders to assist with maintaining the very highest ...
... trip chatting and I found her enthusiasms charming, I could tell she would make a great doctor.
We landed and I quickly made my way to my connection as I had less than a hour before my next flight left, but it was a very small airport and had no issues catching my packed flight to
Lima Peru. On this flight my seat partner had also been on the flight over from Washington and was heading home to spend 10 days with her family (as she had been living in Washington ...
... the West.
Yet at the same time we are forced to admit that this very same historical tradition has caused immense suffering and loss, for many other cultures and peoples, for many people within Western culture itself, and for many other forms of life on the planet. Moreover, the West has played the central role in bringing about a subtly growing and seemingly inexorable crisis on our planet, a crisis of multidimensional complexity: ecological, political, social, ...