Leon de Oro Inn & Suites
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... nearly 3 hours there. There were two water fountains that you can run through so we watched the locals getting soaked fully clothed in them. Then when it gets dark they all light up and change colours. Then at 7.15 we watched the water and light show on the biggest water fountain. It was awesome and by this state lots of people were there to watch it also. We caught a taxi back to our hostel after this and called it a ...
... years. Many of the more valuable ones have been removed to safe climate controlled storage so we were probably just looking at the equivalent of their novels and kids picture books - amazing as they were in their historical context.
From here our tour took us back to the Miraflores district - the main tourist district and dropped us at the huge shopping mall that is set sort of underground but on the cliff edge overlooking ...
... desert and went to see Good Neighbors at Cinaplanet. At first, I had no clue what this movie was like and felt embarrassed taking Daniel's parents to the movie, but after hearing them laugh I felt better that they thought it was funny. This weekend we are going to the wedding, and I am grateful I had all week to rest because the rest of this trip I'll be keeping busy. So, stay safe everyone and happy traveling! ...
... in the comfy bed before venturing out to the tour of Victor Delfin's art studio that I'd invited myself along to. Then out to
dinner - I was starving – I'd thrown up everything that had previously been eaten that day!
After wandering up and down the main streets of Barranco looking for a restaurant that appealed to me, I ended up at the first one I'd seen. Rustica was in a charming building with a courtyard garden at ...
... often hang with Bouganvillia and there are parks which feel safe and are well used
- the exception to all this is the historic centre of Lima: this is the part with the 16th century churches and other buildings - so very interesting but it felt much less safe and was a bit 'grubby'
- ATMs do indeed (as I'd been told) dispense USD which can be converted into the local currency. What surprised me was that most places now seem to prefer the local currency, the Neue Sole - we ...