Maria Angola Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMaria Angola Hotel Lima
Not a great place but centrally located and comfortable room
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This month I had the opportunity to spend the week in Peru seeing some of the sights. We started our trip in Lima, the capital city. One of my favorite things was the amazing gastronomy scene and the outdoor markets, which held everything from tropical fruits to seafood. From Lima we travel south and had a boat tour of Las Islas Ballestas and a plane tour of the Nasca lines. Las Islas had a huge variety of ...
... only. + cheap, but delicious dinner - taxis. Every time they drive past us they honk so that you know they're there if you want a ride. Also. Because of our tourist appearances (shorts, blonde hair, peeling sunburns) we get honked at from the cabbies ALL THE TIME!! -/+ traffic. Crossing the street def keeps you on your toes. But if you're not in a hurry it's kind of entertaining to watch. We saw an ambulance stuck in behind traffic on a side street. ...
5. Shopping Center Real Plaza (I refuse to shopping :()
6. La Recoleta Church
7. Francia Square of La Recoleta Square
8. San Martin Square
in the afternoon,
9. San Pedre Church
10. Central Bank Reserve Museum - BCR
11. La Merced Church
12. San Agustin Church
13. My favourite ...
... pelicans – an odd thing to worship, but the pelicans led the people of the fishing town to the parts of the water where the catch would be optimal. From here, we killed a couple of hours in the local mall before getting on a night bus destined for Lima.
Upon arrival, we had a quick breakfast and set off on the local buses to the heart of the city. Lima has a constant cloud hovering over ...
The left hemisphere's world is a representation only. It is like a map, useful precisely because almost all the information about the land to which it refers has been left out. For some purposes less is more. If I am travelling from London to Edinburgh, I really don't need to know all about the houses along the way, and what the people there like for supper, and how they treat their dogs, and what sort of plants they have in their gardens. This ...