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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nirvana Lima
So happy to arrive here, after our time at the Seminario de Iglesia. Much more comfortable. Thank you for accommodating our group!
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... we were surrounded by tuktuks, small motor taxis that we had not experienced this far on our travels in Peru. Jimmy explained that the are not allowed into the areas of Miraflores of Barranco, as these are classed as the upmarket zones of the city. He then explained that you can tell what class of the city you are in, simply by the traffic that frequents it. If there are tuktuks, you are in a less wealthy area. At the port, we were greeted by smiling fishermen and ...
... 6th floor of this apartment building. The terrace looks 360 degrees across Lima, it has a pool and a nice BBQ area under cover. The day is getting better and better as the wine flows and the sun starts breaking through, for one of those freaky Lima blue sky days. Could not have asked for a better day! Food comes our with cheese Tequenos and small potatos with dipping Huancaina sauce...yum! The the meat comes out with sausages to start ...
... cruz - modern shops, homes, and styling, and fine dining - Oruro - brick and adobe brick buildings, brown and dusty looking where native dress is common place in the middle age to older generation while the young wear modern clothes - Down jackets are also a feature of Oruro.
Cochabamba is somewhere in between, with both the sophistication of a modern city along with the rough and ready of a country town. The roads are certainly a mix of both. ...
... the Plaza. The sun beat down on the grass, on the crowds gathered before the cathedral and before the palace. It was a sea of bright shirts and iridescent bubbles and shiny balloons seething like a swarm that moved as though it were the sum of its parts. Light flashed painfully from the helmets and brass instruments of the palatial guard, the water spat into the air from the ornamental fountains, the camera lenses of the television crews positioned strategically ...
... us little tea cups. The one little boy kept yelling "cheers!" In Spanish (I don't know how to spell it!) and he was getting so mad we weren't drinking. Everyone we met was so friendly and so happy to meet us and talk to us. Although they have so much less than us, they were all so happy. And everyone helps everyone out. It's a real sense of community. Our guide kept saying "you want to take picture with them?" And although we did it felt weird taking photos of people ...