Maria Angola Hotel
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... with it. At last there were real supermarkets! That night we bought some delicious fish and got Alan, a chef that we had befriended in Arequipa, to cook us the best meal we'd had in weeks.
The next day we got up to do a little sightseeing. Unfortunately we couldn't visit the archaelogical site of Huaca Pucclana, an adobe pyramid of the Lima culture dating back from 400AD because somehow the Peruvians decided that Tuesday was a good day ...
... the ventilation was excellent, none of the windows could be closed and the floor had several holes so we could see the ...
... rocky hilltops and then lush, tropical rainforest (evidently the edge of the Amazon rainforest). We walked beautifully made stone paths and navigated, at varying speeds, endless stone ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Not a great place but centrally located and comfortable room
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