Estelar Apartamentos Bellavista
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and getting some sweets from the local businesses. Then on Sunday, Day of the Dead or All Saints' Day, we heard some local marching bands playing dirge-like music.
As we were exploring our neighborhood the other day we came upon some old houses, with the closed balconies interspersed between modern high-rises. I don't know if these houses are under protection of historical societies or if someday they too will be torn down to accommodate the growing need ...
... about though is that the flight can make you feel quite sick! However, before I boarded the plane, Hilda explained to me about some of the mysteries surrounding the Nasca lines and as ever, like when I have read information about the lines, I was fascinated. The Nasca Lines are classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site. They are geoglyphs etched in the Nasca desert, as without a desert terrain, I would doubt they would have ever been made or found. It is thought that these ...
Been sick with a respiratory issue for 2 week, a last minute visit to the doctor on Monday, our departure day, determined it had turned into to bronchitis. Armed with multiple drugs, Roger and I boarded a plane in Orlando at 10:00 PM bound for Miami and then on to Lima. Left Miami at 2:00 AM Tuesday morning, arriving in Lima around 7:00 AM. Roger and I have encountered some incredible traffic on our travel but Lima's morning rush hour traffic has got ...
Yesterday was a great day. We were treated to an amazing meal at a local businessman/politician's home. The home was over 200 years old, and was incredible. Maggie would love reading in the court yard! After lunch, we travelled to old colonial Peru. We couldn't believe how many people were out and about downtown. The streets were very narrow, and full of people. We saw a museum made by Eifel, the ...
... They go in and out as they please, speeding and overtaking in between the stops. Big buses, but they act exactly like the taxis we have seen in other cities. Fortunately we have some training now. And we have noticed everybody is afraid of our bullbars. Confidence is what you need here. And nerves. It is the first time my head glows when we arrive at the hotel. But is was fun.
The hotel is at walking distance ...