Hotel Jose Antonio
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Not one of our better hotels but clean and convenient in the Miraflora district. It was a modern hotel that probably caters for businesses in the surrounding area, although a number of tour groups were seen. Staff were excellent but spoke little English, however they knew it was our anniversary and delivered a bottle of champagne to our room with compliments. Nice touch and made a lasting memory of our South American Tour.
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It was our last night in South America and it was also our wedding anniversary the next day, so we walked out to find a nice local typical restaurant to celebrate.
A half day tour of the city of Lima was arranged. The city was rebuilt after an earthquake in 1746 and now wide streets, vast plazas and old houses with ornately carved …
We met our local guide Jose who gave us a tour of the archeology museum in Lima. To arrive there we drove through San Isidro, another district in Lima, where most of the embassies are located. The Japanese embassy was well fortified with walls and guard towers and machine gun towers. This was in response to terrorist takeover of the embassy. …
Arrived early am this morning. Did a short bus ride to Barrano, another district in Lima. Walked around a bit followed by a buffet lunch. We then did a short orientation walk through mira Flores, the district where we are staying. Walked through Kennedy park and back to the hotel via the beach path. Lima is on a high ridge with beach down below. We …
... so we headed down to a big shopping centre which the guy in the hostel recommended. He also told us that there was a big carnival going on today which only happens once a year so we should go and check it out.
Milaflores is quite beautiful and a very affluent area. We walked through the carnival procession, which was great. There were loads of floats with dancers and singers, people doing tricks in the street and loads ...
... 3 weeks in Peru took us to a lovely cafe/bar to taste a chicha morada.
Then after lunch we all tried a Pisco Sour (Peruvian cocktail) then we went to the gold museum. Lots of masks, cups and gold and silver ormaments-it was an amazingly rich culture once.
By the end of the day I was rather tired, we went down the street to the square at Miraflores for some dinner and then I was glad to call it a ...