Hotel Ferre Miraflores
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ferre Miraflores Lima
Great place on quiet street close to ocean walkway. Breakfast is buffet style and pretty good. WiFi not always reliable!
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The people of Lima are causing air pollution because of all the cars, buses, trucks and taxis. According to the World Meteorological Organization the city of Lima has the most polluted air in all of South America. Experts say the principal ...
... trying to get into one to go around them, however we survived that and moved from a poorer section of town to more upmarket where our hotel was - 5 star and lovely. Met in the foyer by our Scenic guide, Kris who is maybe 40 and comes from the Gold Coast. Straight into the introduction meeting - only 18 on this trip (fantastic) and all Aussies. Dinner in the dining room and is that king size bed beckoning.
... so started making my way east toward on the oceanfront parks and restaurants. I found the restaurant I was looking for and once again was happy I'd checked TripAdvisor. The ceviche and pisco sour were fantastic. After lunch I continued to meander south along the ocean front parks admiring the views of the Pacific and watching the surfers far below.
I mostly did street food or a deli near my hotel, but here are a few restaurants of note:
... of 8 he cannot speak, but he was able to point to the next number needed in a sequence and was easily directed in the activities we did together. That afternoon, Carlos drank all of his milk. I was sat with him during this time, encouraging him to finish the whole bottle. When he did, he grabbed the attention of "Miss" in the same charming way he grabbed mine earlier. She clasped her hands around her mouth in surprise and gasped. According to her, in his 4 years of attendance at ...
... to be a contest to fit as many people as possible into a vehicle. One minivan we passed resembled nothing more than a tangled orgy of torsos and limbs, with the odd face flattened against a window. I’m certain there are clown schools all over the world that could learn a thing or two from this. Fits in with the circus theme too.
After our short but adrenaline-fuelled drive through the city, we arrived at the Gran Hotel Bolívar. ...