Hotel Ferre Miraflores
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Great place on quiet street close to ocean walkway. Breakfast is buffet style and pretty good. WiFi not always reliable!
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... excited but exhausted. We had finally made it and we had very high expectations. We worried and noticed the heat and for the first time in 24 hours, we all cracked a bit of a smile. We headed into customs and bag collection. When we hit the customs gate, the officer informed us that we needed $100USD to enter, no issues, just show us where the ATM is or we can pay by card. No, no atm, no card machines either, they would detain our passports until we could pay the $100. Not ...
From Mexico, Central America we boarded a plane and flew on one of our more longer flights (5 hours) and headed to Lima, Peru in South America where we would spend 3 nights.
While we have obviously researched heavily the places we will be staying we both really did not know what to expect in Lima.
Upon leaving Lima we were in agreement that we liked Lima a lot.
To us, Lima, was a mix of different things.