Santa Cruz Hotel
Travel Blogs from Lima
... of many police bearing riot shields was odd though.
A chance encounter with a guide for a free guided tour of the town hall - just the two of us was lucky. We had an English speaking guide who led us up to the balcony where important speeches are delivered.
We also chanced upon the museum of Gastronomy. By the time we finish both these activities the plaza has been completely emptied of people also. I believe they ...
... of them we would be very drunk, very quickly. We also bumped into one of the other couples from the tour who had decided to visit there too. Jon and Tanya also had Pisco Sours in front of them. After dinner we went for another stroll through Miralores before picking up a couple of beers and some water for the hotel room. Although on arriving back the Pisco sour has kicked in with a dose of tiredness. Off to the rainforest tomorrow, which going to be so,different to the big ...
... their Starbucks coffee cups and whining about something or other. Pushchairs full of stuff.
The difference between this short flight and the 12 hour bus rides the SA children endure showed me it's like the South American children just don't seem to know how to be bored. Kids here were also dressed to the nines ready for whoever they're meeting at the other end and the parents getting stressed they'll spoil their outfits. You can't really ...
... embarrassed from when I opened the passenger door and say a water bottle full of a yellow liquid. Pee? I don't know, but he grabbed it very quickly and got it out of site, ha.
It took about 40 minutes to get to the hotel, and even on a Saturday the traffic was terrible. Lima is the place where I was told that the drivers are the worst. So far, I can see it. Near crashes are a common occurrence, and they use their ...
sumptuous travel stories on various countries have always captivated
my husband and I, and stirred up travel cravings in; our stomachs.
Before we left for our cruise, we taped several of his “Parts
Unknown” TV show, and then watched the tapes at nigh,t as a way to
relax and unwind.
We always try to eat the local food wherever we go. It is a fascinating and delicious ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility