Miraflores Suites Centro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Peru is the third biggest country in South America with three defined areas - the Coast, the Andes and the Amazon Rainforest. 28 million people, Spanish language and US dollars and Peruvian Sol for currency. Crime is quite high and visitors are advised to be careful with documentation, money and personal items. Street food is a no no as well - this is usually ...
... a live band. Christmas decorations lit up the plaza. They were selling Picarones. Picarones is a Peruvian dessert made from squash and sweet potato. It comes in a doughnut shape, covered with in a sweet syrup. In the center of the plaza, men, women and children were lighting candles and sealing them to the pavements. This is typical in Colombia. The Festival of Lights occurs on the 7th-8th December in Colombia in celebration of the Immaculate ...
... intended to aid against seismic activity (the wells that is not the skulls!), up to about 8 metres in depth! My young learned traveller did quite struggle with this scene. By this time we were pretty much over the church altogether but we did get to go into the ancient library, where the books were carefully stored in shelf upon shelf and were of incredible age, with every subject under the sun being studied by the Franciscan monks ...
This city has 9 million people living here!! Its huge.. last night when we arrived in Lima we headed to Mistura is the largest food festival in South America, with more than half a million people expected to attend. it is like a small town, with representatives from restaurants all over Peru spread over a huge space of over 1 km. This is a once a year event where Lima becomes THE place to be for foodies from all over the world. Dishes from the jungle, ...
... previously to be unconnected. He then went out on archeological digs and dated many of the artifacts and discovered 3 previously undiscovered civilizations! This collection is beautifully presented with interesting and well organised information in several languages. It helped us to understand the reason for the Inca beliefs and religion we had been told about as well as learning how the Incas had learnt to build with stone and build their ...