Inkari Suites Hotel
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On July 25-31, 2012, I made my second trip to Lima to visit Heidy.
- On July 26, I asked Heidy to marry me. She said yes :)
- Meet Heidy's mom for the first time. I'm was fairly certain she didn't like me. And later I would find out she didn't want her daughter to live Peru.
- Meet another of Heidy …
... or love everything, but most of the reviews are honest and true (and usually directly contradict popular guidebooks' recommendations!) As I stayed in each hotel, I found them to closely match the recommendations and most were exactly what I was expecting.
So after the flights and Galapagos were booked, about three months before travel I started booking the hotels. Some were booked up to three weeks before travel as the plan was ...
... had ever had. We made it to our 7pm dinner reservation and had a priceless view of the Huaca Pucllana ruins and an awesome dinner! I thought the food would be too fancy, complicated for Reggie but we found great dishes we both enjoyed. I tried a pisco sour which tasted like a stronger margarita so I definitely enjoyed it! We decided to skip the water show to get some rest at the hotel and we are off to Cusco early tomorrow ...
... We had deep fried seafood ceviche which was pretty good, and then headed to the internet cafe for a bit to catch up with the social networking that we were suffering withdrawal symptoms from. It was getting pretty late so we decided to walk back to the hotel and call it a day.
As the father of Taosim, Lao Tzu says it best, "A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step." Our first step towards our amazing journey is in the city of Lima. We were ...
... we had time for today was a visit to the Monastery of San Francisco. There was a really impressive library with some crazy old books, some even dating back to the early 15th century. There was also a huge crypt, which apparently holds the bones from some 70 000 public burials.
We had to rush off after that as we were supposed to meet our group for our trip to Machu Picchu. We were a little late and essentially missed ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center