Delfines Hotel & Casino
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- TV Channel One Russia
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... from Seville, which date back to 1620. Ya, it was another "church" but It was facinating to take the tour. In it's day there were 300 monks who lived there. Now there are 35. It was sad that many areas were in disrepair due to lack of funds. It's a shame to see this happen.
We decided we'd had enough of site seeing so we went back to the hotel to get ready for our 3:15am flight home.
This trip has been an eye opening trip. ...
... local Nomad’s hostel, where we pre-drinked for our second night out. The girls had a decent 3 bed room between them, but the boys had gone a little more budget, and were staying in a 32-man dorm called ‘the Church’. The sign on the door read “32 beds, 31 opportunities” – read a little rapey to be honest.
After drinking millions of shots (just because this was the first bar we’d been to in Australia which actually served ...
The car park was barely recognisable as such - it was just a small clearing at the side of the road.There was a single sign at with an arrow pointing the way (kinda). And that was it. No office, no entry fee, no staff, no information. I almost gave up on finding the stones - I spent 45 minutes clambering over a moonscape punctuated by cacti, until I found first one, and then a dozen or so more. Some were clearly humanoid, most ...
Lima highlights: Bam bam restaurant in the mercado for cerviche. Coco museum for free chocolate samples, two of the girls also did a chocolate making class here. Night out in gothica nightclub which is inside the shopping centre built into the cliff. This was our last night with the girls :( Wandering around Miraflores neighbourhood. Day trip to Barranco and another great meal in Mi ...
... Johnathon our guide in the main square we were taken to our lodging for the night. This was a most unusual building that resembled a fire escape stairway, mostly open to the elements with a couple of rooms located on each level. The room was comfortable enough with a big bed, bathroom with a shower that delivered a torrent of cold water or a trickle of hot. At four am we woke and breakfasted, taking care not to exceed the one bread roll per ...