Hotel Caminos del Inca Inn
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... out I didn't hire an "official airport taxi" so I had to give my money to the cab driver when he got close to the airport and quickly hop out right outside the airport gate so he wouldn't get in trouble. I then walked into the airport and proceeded to check-in. After checking in, I cleared immigration and went to the first of 2 possible lounges I could visit: Sumaq Lounge. In there I had some snacks and took a nice refreshing shower. Overall the lounge was nice. They had a lot ...
... run down until you make it into the main plaza where the Spanish influence becomes clearly apparent. Before making it to the plaza we stopped in at the monastery of Saint Fransisco. The 16th century monastery is particularly ornate and reconfirmed my thoughts on the relationship between the wealth of the church in driving conversions. Walking through the monastery you can't help but be caught up in the grandeur. I can only imagine what someone living a peasant ...
... Post Travel Section page and had a nearby security guard take our photo, which we plan to send in to the Post soon, and maybe we┤ll make it into the Sunday travel section!
Continuing along the upper Malecon we arrived at Larcomar, an area of restaurants and nice shops built into the cliffside in an amazing way. We stopped for lunch there and chose a restaurant without glass shields so ...
... a juice that was made by purple corn mixed with some of other fruits. That drink was pretty good.
We went to a shopping center on a cliff called Larcomar after eating our unique lunch. At that shopping center, we were curious about their stores. Most of them are what we see in America. We treated ourselves with some treats like frozen yogurts and ice cream.
As night came, we went to Parque de ...
... so poor I considered it a good deal. The two boys were in sixth grade and knew very good English. The babies are the cutest things ever with red rosy cheeks and fat little bodies covered in bright colors.
Next stop at an estancia with Peruvian paso horses. Lunch was outside on a lanai and wonderful. We are experiencing the culture of the area and trying all kinds of new foods. Potatoes and corn are plentiful ...
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