Hotel Las Palmas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... My next stop was Lima, the capital city of Peru along the coast. I took a night bus from Huaraz to Lima, and let me say, some of these night buses are terrifying. Often times you are traveling on roads on the side of mountain cliffs. It happened a few times where I woke up due to some bumps and looked out the window to see a huge drop. Very reassuring for getting a good night's sleep :/ Back to Lima...shoutout to Sam Feldman for connecting me with her friend Lyore from Vancouver. ...
... to the blog so you can get some idea of the creativity. For me there were a few standout dishes, we had our first taste of guinea pig in a very well seasoned gyoza. We had a crab bisque served with pasta made from Amazonian potatoes, which I could have eaten a massive bowl of. We had four pieces of sushi, my favourite were the steak which was topped with the yolk of quail's egg and the sweetbreads which where both paired with chinese tea. ...
... of oxygen you take in). After breakfast we went for another walk along the beach front, spending some more time in the parks (one which has mini Nazca Line pictures in the grass, the Lovers park with mosaic benches and a giant statue of the 2 lovers and finally a play park which has a statue of Paddington Bear!! Our attempts to get a photo were foiled by some pesky kids but we'll get him another time!! After the walk we went to a coffee shop which was recommended to us (and ...
... tour. The city is by the coast so it is quite humid, but coming from the dryness of Calgary the humidity felt nice. The airport was clean and it did not take much time for us to get our bags and to find our transportation provided by g adventures to our hotel. The drive to the hotel was pleasant because The city was illuminated by lights. Our hotel was about a 30 minute drive from the airport. ...
... that the best ceviche in Peru could be found at a restaurant chain called Vista el Mar. I paid him back in US dollars that I happened to have.
We had dinner at 2am somewhere above South America on the way to Peru. A pre-arranged taxi (airport taxis in Peru have a bad reputation) took us to our small hotel called Inka Frog (chosen because we liked the name) and the manager offered us a free breakfast even though we could ...