Hotel Vila Santa Miraflores
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
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... centre of Incan civilisation. If you stop and look for a second you can imagine how they worked these lands before the sneaky Spanish invaders got their greedy hands on it. It would have been a nice place to live I reckon. Huanu Picchu mountain overlooked the Macchu Picchu ruins and made for a stunning backdrop to the 'city'. All of the rooms and building outlines were still visible to help the imagination conjure up visions of years gone by. Some of the cement ...
... charge all of my technology just enough to give me a channel to the outside world while I am on the move again. This was not easy as some horribly inconsiderate girl from Montreal pulled out my iPhone charger in the middle of the night, so that when I awoke at 5:00 am, I was on about 18% battery. Some people never cease to amaze with their sheer audacity and rudeness. I thought I was through with my goodbyes, but I guess you can cram a whole lot of life into the space of ...
... and life Lima has over 400 archaeological sites and over 850,000 in Peru Guinea pigs, llamas and hairless dogs are common animals - the hairless dog won the ugliest dog in the world contest!! Lima is the second driest city in the world (Cairo is the driest) There are 43 city districts in Lima - and Miraflores pays the highest taxes due to it's position on the Pacific - tourists!! The main square, ...
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