Hotel Libertador Lima
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Libertador Lima
Room was decorated in late '70's. I had been told that this was a very nice hotel. Very disappointed.
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... they danced me under the table, ate me under the table, and partied me under the table. Traditional food, classic salsa music, hora loca, and musica criolla kept me entertained all night! I called it quits around 1am. When I met back up with them the following day at a family members beach house I found out they partied until 5am! Peruvians know how to party. And they know how to make a complete stranger ...
... to bed with dirty teeth. Also the whole water situation always makes me think of the sex and the city movie when I shower. The girls go to Mexico and Charlotte is terrified of getting sick and doesn't eat anything but packaged puddings she brought in her purse. Then after a run she takes a shower and is enjoying it and opens her mouth getting water in it. She has a little freak out but later she ends up pooping her pants. Needless to say my mouth is ...
... there (sandwiches, cookies and tea).
We are a ways from the ocean here, so it's warmer than it was in Miraflores. Everyone says it's so cold here - I would love it if this was the weather all the year around!!
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... n helped us with our bags When we got inside, it was cleaner than we thought and the room isn't too bad. Very basic but tidy. Oh, and a m*********** above the shower.. the main road was also nearby and it is so loud! Nothing but the soothing sounds of trucks, cars, horns and dogs to help us get to sleep after a gruelling run of flights! Tomorrow we are off to Mira Flores, it's meant to be pretty good so looking forward to it! Time to enjoy our ...
... varieties of fruits and vegetables, meats, herbs and spices. Ernesto tells us that the locals prefer to shop in markets like this one, rather than supermarkets. The produce is fresher, the meats better looking. Other than the stomach linings hanging from hooks over chopping blocks, everything looks quite appetizing. La Red The mercado is grand, but the lunch is off the charts. ...