NM Lima Hotel
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Nice hotel between Miraflores and San Isidro. Got everything you need and in walking distance to plenty restaurants, bars, shops, etc.
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... us in the direction of one which we heard as being called IT - he said it was just around the corner and there would be a big sign - you can't miss it. We looked and looked but couldn't find a restaurant called IT, but we had come across a very nice place and found a great people watching table on their patio. As we looked at the menu we realized we had found IT only the name of the restaurant was Haiti!
We loaded up in our buses and headed out while all our luggage traveled to our next resort. We wouldn't meet up for 12 hours. Our first stop after leaving the airport was a small village called Pisac, where there was a local craft market. Already modern Lima seems in another world. All kinds of crafts, mongrel dogs running around everywhere and everyone trying to sell you something.Pictures cost a dollar, but these ...
... Sunday evening in the parks on the cliff overlooking the beach, water and sunset.
It was then time to head back to the hotel to grab our bags to head to the airport. The airport was slightly manic and doing my head in. There were people everywhere and constantly talking increasing the noise volume in the airport. There was a choir on our plane to Bueanis Aires and as we were all waiting ...
After what seemed like journey across universe, finally landed in Lima :). It felt all eyes were staring at me when I came out of the airport. Almost midnight. Took a long bumpy ride to Miraflores. Looks like people out here don't depend on GPS, but ask with people. Lima has lots of casinos and nightlife. I reach at the house I am going to stay around 40 min past midnight. Pitch dark and silent. A doorman comes ...
... bit it manipulates. You can see this remarkable phenomenon on almost any general medical ward. Following a right-hemisphere stroke, the patient may cease to attend to anything on the left, whether it be a person, the left-hand page of a book, or the left half of the page, and in extreme circumstances may forget to dress or shave the left half of the body [fig 3]. This has nothing to do with blindness - the visual system is intact. And it doesn't ...