Hotel Javier Prado Inn
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... think we were more impressed by this because we had seen the actual place it came from. We also saw the stela of the multiple headdress from the same site that our guide at Chavin had told us had been used by a local family as a table. When we left we weren’t very sure where to go but we were lucky to have read that there was a blue line painted on the pavement that led from this museum to the Larco Museum, our next stop. We found and followed the faded blue line stopping at a ...
... So beautiful. Sadly no disco tech for us. There we're 2 at the shopping centre but both were not open. We had some weird guy come talk to us as we sat, he looked like he was high and told us his names was the little prince and asked if we'd read the book about the little prince....not weird at all right!?
Back home to our lovely rooms. So weird not to be sleeping on a room together, a bot lonely. But also amazing to have so much space!
... be hidden behind a ten foot high fence or gate behind which lay spaces for cars to the parked. The tops of the gates or fences were a combination of electric fences or spikes showing that they were taking security very seriously. The houses though were very well presented and we saw several people sweeping leaves up from the pavements around their houses. After walking along several roads we eventually found the road which the hotel was on by using a couple ...
... way over to the gate.
We again had full multi-media seats that fully reclined. The flight attendants serving the first class cabin asked if we wanted dinner. We respectfully declined given that it most likely wouldn't be served until 2AM and asked that we be woken up for breakfast.
Once the plane had taken off both Ric and I reclined our seats and we both managed to get about 5 hours of pretty good sleep on the overnight flight to Atlanta.
... me to the same parking place as last year, I think, number 72. I used the same handler as last year which turned out to be a mistake. Last year I was delayed waiting for fuel the morning I left so I told them to make sure the fuel truck was there when I arrived. It wasn't and they said an hour's wait, so I went to the hotel. I told them to make sure the fuel truck was there at 0830 the next morning. We'll see.
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