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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... his excellent language skills.
Kate and Kim will arrive here soon, and I can't wait to see them. We start a 2 week tour of Peru tomorrow, but I found out this morning that the entire first day involves us just hanging around in Lima ("free time" I think they call it). Then we meet up in the evening to "discuss" the trip, before we depart to Lake Titicaca the following morning. So I will have to try and find something fun for us to do tomorrow while we wait.
... and just before the Lima crowds engulfed the streets en masse, I headed back to the hostel for breakfast. I had a bit of a chat with a Danish guy, the same one who I had heard about a few days ago on account of his causing a spot of trouble with the tourist police. I was so sleep-deprived from my bus, I spent most of the conversation confusing Denmark with Sweden; and getting hugely grumpy and embarrassed when I finally realised my mistake. By the time I finished breakfast, I ...
... 8211; and blowing on them in the directions of the compass. Any attempt to eradicate the plant from Peru would have negative effects on the people’s ancient culture and, once again, do nothing to endear us Americans to our southern neighbors. I have to agree with Jose that eradication is the wrong answer to a serious problem (as is, I might add, prohibition). In any case, take a gander at the dogs sniffing our luggage.
The Serenity ...
... first floor, as are coca leaves to chew to help with the altitude. I tried the tea with the coca leaves. It is very mild in flavor and not at all tannic. Mike gave it a pass rather than risk poor results on a future drug screening.
We needed to check in with our Inca Trail trek operator and pay the balance of our fees so we got a map at the front desk and hit the cobblestone streets in the rain. While the walk wasn't pleasant, it did give ...
... maybe 3 times U.S. prices). Want a fairly decent $12 bottle of white wine? Not possible here.
6) My favorite products. Puffs plus with lotion when I have a cold. Swiffer, dry and wet. Pam cooking spray. Lawry's seasoned salt (which I actually had to have my mother smuggle in). Everyone had certain products you get used to and like, and when they are gone (like when you have to start using an old school mop again, instead of whipping out ...