Hotel Vila Santa Miraflores
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... a beautiful museum of pre-Columbian artifacts, showcasing the cultures of these people. It was built on an ancient pyramid. You can see influences of Oriental, Polynesian and Egyptian cultures in the face collection. Each face portrays an actual person. As a side note Dr. Larkin was a friend of Dr. Kinsey, famous for his sexuality studies and the museum also houses an erotic gallery. Very interesting!
... expectantly at the website praying for a delivery notification. It was not to be. The latest message from DHL informed me they had been unable to deliver to due to an incomplete address and instructed me to call them with further details. I was still hopeful of rectifying the mistake in time to catch my flight but this was based on my assumption that a major international courier company did any work on a Saturday.
So I called DHL in the UK and they said they could correct ...
... but we'll see how that goes when we're struggling on the bikes at 5,000 metres. The area of Lima we stayed in - called Miraflores - is pretty nice, as are the neighbouring neighbourhoods Barranco and San Isidro. They are all set along the cliff edge on the coast with lots of restaurants, cafés and characterful old colonial houses. Lima is an incredible cultural melting pot with major European, Chinese, African and Arabic ...
... is perfectly happy with 'both/and' - sees in fact how necessary that is in understanding the world. The left hemisphere, by contrast says: 'What's the matter? Can't you make up your mind?' It has to be 'either/or', black or white, never a life within the full colour spectrum.
... br> After the essential chores of booking accommodation in Huacanchina for Thursday and putting some clothes to the laundry, we walked to the Artisan Market. We bought some warm jumpers and hats made of alpaca wool, getting ready for cold in Bolivia.
It was agreed yesterday that we would have lunch at Edo Sushi and we met Andy and Carlee there at 2pm. We didn't have a table booked because it was lunchtime and we got a surprise ...