Maria Angola Hotel
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... was filled-slightly ridiculous. We chilled doing yoga whilst watching the Columbia v Uruguay. VAI Columbia!
Dinner time at an amazing resturant right across the road. Easily the best food we've had so far. Sorry Brazil but Peru is winning on the food front. We walked towards the Marriott hotel, around 2 blocks away, were there were apparently places to dance. No such luck. We found a random shopping centre on the cliff side over looking ...
... to join in. We also had to try a local delicacy called picarones which are basically deformed donuts with a honey like sauce. It was a delicious treat. The last thing we had time for before our flight was the Magic Water Circuit. We had a counterfeit 5 Soles coin which we attempted to use to get in. The girl at the ticket counter spotted it within a half a second and gave it back. Apparently 5's are the most common fake coin. (Now you know). The park is ...
... we just choose the chicken dishes. In Peru they eat their main meal at lunch time and hey have things called 'menu' where you choose a starter and main a dessert and drink for only 9 soles or less (£2.25). A semi successful meal, Liz had potato with a sauce for starter, Emma had a chicken pasta soup. The main was a huge portion of rice with potatoe and a sauce. From here we headed to the Huaca Pucllana ruins, a pyramid style man made infrastructure. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMaria Angola Hotel Lima
Not a great place but centrally located and comfortable room
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