Hotel Los Olivos
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... the breaking waves and could smell the sea air.
We're not in Colorado anymore!
The hotel is very nice and am looking forward to exploring it, and the area, tomorrow.
We have a busy agenda starting with an Andean Civilization lecture by Luis Felipe Villacorta, followed by a highlights of Lima tour, a visit to the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, a welcome reception and ending with dinner.
It promises to be a great first full day in Peru!
From Mexico, Central America we boarded a plane and flew on one of our more longer flights (5 hours) and headed to Lima, Peru in South America where we would spend 3 nights.
While we have obviously researched heavily the places we will be staying we both really did not know what to expect in Lima.
Upon leaving Lima we were in agreement that we liked Lima a lot.
To us, Lima, was a mix of different things.
... this pretty area, a long conversation arose about Pisco Sour. This is a superb drink made from Pisco (a white brandy) with lemon, sugar and egg white. Had we had one? ‘Of course!’ we exclaimed, ‘We loved our Pisco Sour in Chile!’ Oh dear. Do not mention a Chile PS to a Peruvian. The drink originates from Peru and of course, the Chileans do not have a clue how to make it. David stopped in his tracks and we immediately went into ...
... the Archbishop's palace connected to the
cathedral, and on the west is the Palacio Municipal. Then there is
the Club of the Union (a favourite lunch spot for businessmen and
When Lima was granted the title of Vice
royalty, the Casa de Pizarro became the first Spanish Governors
palace in Lima. At that time, Lima was the wealthy capital of
Spanish domination in South America, which stretched from what is now
... Damn! I was planning on exiting by bus and didn't know you needed proof of exit. After a lot of mucking around I was eventually forced to buy an almost $900.00 ticket to exit the country. Thankfully it was fully refundable minus a small charge for administration purposes, but still a gigantic pain in the butt. More on this later. Due to the muck around earlier I didn't have too long to wait between dropping my bags and boarding my flight. The flight itself, as ...
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