La Hacienda Hotel and Casino
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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The last stop was at a rather famous Lima restaurant situated on the site of a famous pre-Inca ruin called Huaca Pucllana. The Huaca Pucllana complex covers about 15 acres and was used for ceremonial purposes, including human sacrifices. It was abandoned around AD700. What I found intriguing is that the buildings and pyramid is built of millions of small adobe bricks- almost incomprehensible as to how they were made and how long it must ...
... used by the priests in training and a lovely chapel dedicated to St Rosa Di Lima - their first Saint. After that we went to a museum ( Museo Larco) where they have a huge store of wonderfully historic objects found in their archeological digs. We then returned to our hotel for a nap - some of the group went to a restaurant down by the beach for lunch, but honestly, the amount of food we've eaten over the last couple of days whilst just sitting on a plane..... ...
... your underwear in their washing machine...but not making it home in time to hang it up. Good news now everyone knows what size and style I like for my birthday. 6# MY GOAL IS TO GET INTO NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC The ultimate souvenir is great photos (also the lightest) and we have become obsessed with taking some amateur worthy shots. 7# I VALUE MY FRIENDS AND FAMILY MORE Nothing says I miss you more than emotional comments on friends cat birthday pictures ...
... the rooms are still used for meetings. A lot of the walls have been destroyed by earthquakes revealing secret paintings on the walls. The guide explained how the Spanish tiles upon the walls took 19 years to complete. We were guided down to the catacumbs where the bodies of the dead were put. Holes filled with just bones lay in the rooms, hundreds upon hundreds people as these graves were used for 300 years from the 1500 through to 1800. After the intreging ...
... for us to see were the graves (each of which held up to 8 bodies at a time) and lots of skulls and femurs. We weren't allowed to take pics here either unfortunately.
We took the bus back to Miraflores, then another taxi to our hostel, it was a bit of backwards and forwards so we were ready for a rest. We'd only been back about 20 minutes and I locked our key in the bedroom. The hostel were really good about it, ...