NM Lima Hotel
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Heiko stayed here on Apr 12, 2014 during their trip titled: Working in Peru.
... home. The coach is the CEO of a top bank in Peru by day and it was evident he was on megabucks. The weekend escape had its own swimming pool and hot tub, while indoors huge glass doors and windows gave you to-die-for views out onto the sparkling bay. Before we left I joined the team for a traditional meal of fried steak, salad and potatoes. Understandably, only Spanish was being spoken at the table but I just quaffed my glass of vino tinto and tried to look like I was fully aware of ...
We arrived in Lima in the morning of the 29th of May, and took a taxi to our new hostel in time for free breakfast (yay!). The hostel seemed great; it was pretty well organised, had some of the best dorms we had slept in (great beds, huge underbed lockers on wheels), and had plenty of extra offers including 2 pisco sours for 10 soles, a free pisco for liking their facebook page, and a half price night for writing a review online. The issue with this last ...
We travelled from Nasca to Lima early on a Tuesday – another long bus journey (7 hours), but this time with only Peruvians, rather than lots of gringos. (By the way, for some reason, we have started to be called “gringos” again by strangers in the streets in northern Peru, which is supposedly meant kindly, or at least not maliciously.)
We arrived in Lima, ...
... s to something a little less American-influenced. The restaurant is called Tanta and is owned by one of the most famous Peruvian chefs. There we sat at the bar had a few drinks and a bit to eat. Nights here are pleasantly cool, and with the breeze coming off of the water, it was pretty perfect.
Saturday morning when we woke up, Jorge's mother informed us that she wanted to invite us to a nice restaurant for lunch (lunch is the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNM Lima Hotel
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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