Santa Cruz Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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A further concern was the morons' at DHL had entered the admittedly complex address in a rather haphazard fashion including missing out the name of Will's suburb. I had been checking the tracking and was relieved to see it had arrived at the Lima sorting office by Thursday night. So arriving on Friday evening ...
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... an old large palace where the exhibits were set in rooms coming off the central courtyard. We spent a long time here and despite the fact that a lot of the displays need updating they had a lot of English captions and some amazing models with the best being a massive model of Machu Picchu taking up half a room. However the highlight was seeing the actual stela from Chavin that we had seen 2 replicas of. The engravings on this the original were more clearly delineated than the copies ...