Hotel Las Palmas
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As Fishballcat's celebrity status continues to rise in Latin America, he is starting to find himself in what is sure to become familiar territory: hanging with the stars...or as was the case today, hanging out with a World Champion Surfer.
John and I are doing our best to ride Fishball's coattails as far as they …
We have enjoyed the last three days in Lima more than we expected. While each city in the world has its own feel, we found out years ago that most cities around the world have much more in common than they have different. We have been staying in the Miraflores district, which is the richest part of Lima. We are within walking distance of the …
... covered area where we could people-watch. I tried ceviche starter, a dish made from fish marinated in citrus juices and served with LOTS of raw red onions. Main course was another Peruvian staple, lomo saltado, which was a weird combination of stir-fry beef, sticky rice and chips. Filled me up though.
... for over 3 hours was almost unreal, no picture can capture this beauty, it was awesome.
After the tour I rested a little bit and walked through the city, I almost made it to the thermal baths (right on the highest part) but then discovered that after the entrance it takes another 10 minutes climbing and the baths are mixed, to rent a bathing suit did not appeal to me. Slowly I made my way down looking at every massage place. Finally there was one with only 3 steps up that was all ...
... and the Dinner and Show due to our late arrival. It was an early morning today as the group has to catch a 9:40 flight to Cusco where we will be met by our tour manager and travel to the Sacred Valley where we will spend the next couple of days.
To be continued (will have photos next entry)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet