Hotel Libertador Lima
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Copa airlines is where it's at! Even though we were greater with our favourite thing in Brazil -waiting in lines, copa was probably the best airline we've been on so far. Our check in man was lovely and even knew the type of food on offer on our flight.
Manaus airport had potential to be an awesome place. Sadly it was not finished in time. There was one small food shop and one wiring area for all international departures, which ...
... around 20C and never got to the forecasted 25C. Besides never feeling rain, my guess is they rarely see the sun for months on end as the fog and mist surround this... desert. We met two lovely ladies on our "private tours", Jen originally from São Paulo but now resides in Boston, and Shamen from England. We ended the night with a Pisco Sour in the hotel bar. Meanwhile, our neighbors Paul and Nancy are currently in the air on their way from ...
... I need to listen to others opinions, however, I also need to stand up for my beliefs
-that it’s not ‘ok’ to say mean things to people and write mean things on people’s facebook/twitter wall or via email, when I am angry with them, no matter how much I feel that they deserve my anger, since I can never take back what I have said and things that I say and do to others, can really hurt and affect others in a negative way
-that somethings are worth fighting ...
... there we used their new "Metropolitano", a bus service that runs from North to South of the city and has its own lanes. This turned out to be a cheap and safe way to get around the city while also experiencing some local life. Miraflores had nice views of the coast, some "Gaudiesque" gardens and good restaurants. The one we wanted was unfortunately closed, so we ended up as the only customers in a really tiny local ...
... but was the most colorful abstract painting of Machu Picchu. This painting had a more significant meaning to me as well as the painting itself was really unique and I hadn't seen one like it ever. After a full day of looking for paintings I returned to the hostel to drop off my items. From here I proceeded to walk down to the beachfront to watch my last ocean sunset. I sat along the cliff-side for over two hours thinking of my last six months of traveling and all of ...
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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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