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... just left to rot and were really damaged. We got way too much attention from men, of course most of it horrible men leering an blowing kisses, was fine (well we just ignored it) until one guy asked us for the time the decided to follow us, got a little scary but soon got rid of him, we stayed together and stuck to the main roads then just to make sure we ere safe. Seeing as there wasnt much to do we stopped for ...
... taxi-bus thing). You would think that would eliminate some traffic. While they do an incredible job at getting people around quickly, it's a complete pain for a Midwesterner who drives in car even between to downtown locations.
I've noticed that the Spanish of Lima/Peru has many more loan words than I've heard in other Spanish-speaking countries. They say things like "qué fresh", "brother" to address your dudes, "watchiman" to talk about the security ...
... day in Lima was bright and sunny. The weather was perfect. We went to the grocery and had a picnic in Parque Kennedy. We walked over to the Paraport, sat on a bench, and watched people leap from the cliff, one after another, like lemmings. After a second or two out of sight, a chute would come back into view, and ascend above the cosmopolitan high-rise apartment buildings. Jill and I debated whether or not we should step into the long ...
... br> road that winds its way across the precipitous slopes of the surrounding
mountains and which eventually spit you out at the entrance to Machu Pichu
itself next to a very posh hotel owned by Orient Express. Being the hugely
popular tourist destination it is it pays to arrive at Machu Pichu as early as
possible before the hordes of other visitors. Even so by the time we arrived
there were probably close to 1000 people swarming over this, one of the most
... the in-crowd hangs out.
It`s the famous Lima square with a water fountain at it`s centre with the Angel of fame on top of it. Surrounded by the Palacio de Gobierno, Cathedral San Juan Evangelista and the Archbishops palace and other buildings.
Palacio de Gobierno
Built in 1938, on the site of Pizarro´s Palace (the conqueror of Peru). I got to see the changing of the guard ceremony, which happens once ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility