Santa Cruz Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Post Travel Section page and had a nearby security guard take our photo, which we plan to send in to the Post soon, and maybe weŽll make it into the Sunday travel section!
Continuing along the upper Malecon we arrived at Larcomar, an area of restaurants and nice shops built into the cliffside in an amazing way. We stopped for lunch there and chose a restaurant without glass shields so ...
... and gates! After getting on the bus we understood why, the seat were like what you would find in first class! Very spacious with a screen for movies plus fully reclinable!! Apart from my laptop lasting only an hour with no plugs, and the bus wifi annoying not working there not much else to say. I watched 4 films in a row and then eventually got to sleep in the early hours of Sunday morning, the bus now being absolutely ...
... guys from the UK don't arrive until midnight. The other couple is Hendrik and Mila, from Germany (though Mila is originally from Russia). Our guide, Neil, has been working with G for 7 years and is from Lima. He seems like a straightforward no nonsense type of guy with an easy dry sense of humor. Remembering that we need batteries for our headlamps, we headed out to a pharmacy with Mila and Henrick who wanted to pick up ...
... a clue what DHL even was. Turned out to be smack in the middle of an industrial estate no one would venture unless they were an employee. Pulling up to the monolithic carbuncle the gates looked suspiciously, depressingly closed. In front of the gates there was a booth, presumably housing a security guard although it was hard to tell because it was covered in one-way mirror glass. I spoke Spanish to my reflection. Happily I received a grunted response from the unknown beast within. ...
... understands a business plan. This is not a flaw in poetry, or medical practice, that could be remedied if only it were all rationalised mechanically. The arts and humanities need to remember this: they don't have to feel inferior to science, and try to model themselves on the. Like physicists, but in a quite different way, they are in the ultimately important business of understanding the world and making sense of it, not just learning how ...