Lima Wasi Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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For my last day in Peru, I spent it mostly alone. My flight from Cusco to Lima was that morning, but my flight from Lima back to the estados uninos wasn't until midnight. What does that mean for someone like me? First, terror at getting out of he airport safely, ...
... stadium. Traffic was the standard South American level of crazy! Sir Paul McCartney is a dynamo. He played for around 2.5 hrs. Songs from the Beatles right through to today. He hasn't lost his energy or vitality. Estimated 60000 people attended. Amazing concert and so glad we had the opportunity to be there. We sure are living in the fast lane presently so tomorrow will be a recharge day. No early start for a ...
... mini-suite. We learned at this point that South America (specifically Chile) had been rocked with a very powerful earthquake during our flight, but fortunately Peru was not impacted.
As excited as we both were to be finally in Peru, lights were out pretty quickly and we had a few hours of sound sleep before we had to meet our group for an early 6:30 am breakfast and a return trip back to the Lima airport for a flight to the Cusco and the Sacred ...
... front and centre for people to come and pray to. I hadn't expected much of Lima, thinking it to be just a big city and whilst I don't doubt that that is the case, what we saw of it surprised us. We enjoyed wandering around the churches, body parts or not, and had a very pleasant afternoon, one that was certainly more interesting than had we just sat in our B&B reading. It was a nice way to end our time in Peru. Now it is on to Brazil. First stop - Iguassu ...
... valuable set of exhibits was recently donated by Bishop Juan Luis Cipriani Thorne, from his private collection. His family are members of Opus Dei and are very wealthy in Peru. The Cathedral is also interesting as it is constructed from wood which has more give than stone, which is important as Lima sits on a major fault line so is prone to earthquakes. The walls and pillars are coated with a plaster which looks like marble. The only give always are when you tap the columns and ...