Hotel Libertador Lima
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A morning of shopping in the market and the train ride home. Okay how much can you buy in Aguas for $20 at the market? A lot even though it is all fake. How do you argue over a $1 or $2, I am not sure but we did and with that we loaded up at the market in Aguas Calientes with trinkets and "llama" clothes to bring home. The train ride was a trip. A …
That means I left Cusco on an airplane at the serious crack of dawn this morning. I had to be in the lobby of the hotel at 5:30, which meant being up and out of the room so early, and I didn't sleep one little bit. Nada, nunca, nadie. Zip! And it is so much fun to travel and carry your own stuff when you have one good arm, no good legs, and you …
I arrived in Peru last night just before 11pm. The flight was an uneventful one – only about six hours. There were quite a few people from Japan on my flight, and I noticed that many of them were donning medical masks throughout the flight. I thought that they were just being a little overly cautious about swine flu, but then when we got off …
We had anticipated our stay in Lima to resemble our experience in Quito a couple days earlier. We had read very little about Lima city and expected the place to be pretty run-down, have high levels of poverty, old unattractive buildings and be overcrowded. We arrived in Lima around 1am from our flight back from Galapagos, and Lima certainly lived …
... which contains many texts that date back to the time of the conquistadors, as it is for its creepy catacombs.
Originally these tunnels stretched for several km's under the centre of Lima and was the final resting place for up to 25,000 people. Now you visit just a short portion directly underneath San Francisco, but that was more than enough for Melissa and ...
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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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