Hotel Las Palmas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... enjoy it.
After Iglesia San Francisco, it was past noon and we were hungry. I had listed a couple of places for lunch but had forgotten my map marking their locations. I had the addresses but it wasn't that easy to look for addresses in Peru (I feel like the street names weren't always well labeled and they would change on you unexpectedly). It was also getting quite warm for us. We made our way back to Plaza San ...
... are almost the same size with 8 million and 9.5 million people respectively. NY has 44,000 taxis whereas Lima has 277,000! There were taxis EVERYWHERE! It as pretty handy. - a true taxi has a taxi sign on the roof and red and white reflectors on the car (similar to their flag) showing they've been ok'd by the government. There are some pretty ghetto taxis that are "approved" All in all our time in Lima was really good. The food was really good, with the sandwiches ...
... little weird. They had a laser show projecting through the fountains, they had filmed people dancing and projected that as well as lights, so we had local dancing to a ballet dance. I loved all of the other colourful fountains though. It wasn't a particularly warm night but people were playing in the fountains and getting really wet, fun to watch but I certainly didn't join in. ...
... into a balanced state. It goes without saying that most of the real world is operating far from equilibrium. Elements of matter are neither isolated nor certain, but interconnected and probabilistic. Particles separated by a universe exhibit entanglement. Even the fact of our observation alters the behaviour of matter.
I sometimes think of the right hemisphere as what enables Schrödinger's cat to remain on reprieve, and the left hemisphere as what makes it ...
Up early to explore Lima. Too early it seems as lots of shops don't start opening up until around ten am. Finally found some breakfast and a coffee at Starbucks. Museum of the Spanish Inquisition - an interesting display and info re the inquisition in Lima. Housed in an old building where trials were held. English speaking guide. Parque de muralle - park which incorporates part of the original city wall. Went in search of the Franciscan monastery. Met a lovely gentleman from Quito, ...