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Travel Blogs from Lima
... for our hotel. Our hotel is cosy and we are sleeping near each other again (yay! Less lonely!) however, after grabbing a dinner of pizza and soup and I sneakily held a baby lama before the owners were told off by police, we headed to bed as we have to be up at 1:30 to get a cab to Machu Picchu. Wish us luck, apparently you need 2 days to acclimatise to the environment . Challenge accepted. Buenos nachoes (for 3 hours) sleep deprivation is becoming our thing. ...
... rebuilding that had gone on due to earthquake damage over the years. Apparently the whole structure had been rebuilt in bamboo and plastered to allow for movement when the ground shakes. Tino was actually quite dismissive of the Spanish building processes which led to the destruction of several large buildings in Lima. We also saw some restoration of many wall murals and artworks in various rooms. The ornate gold alters and frames did look stunning, but some of ...
Spent morning touring (mainly) the old City with its Spanish baroque, moorish balconies, etc. Highlight was probably tour through Spanish house built in 17th century and still occupied by descendants of original aristocratic Spanish owner. Impressed with City authorities here who have placed 20 pianos around the city, in the open air and gaudily decorated for any Tom! Dick or Harry to play. We saw a few being played classically so ...
... tempo di visitare un museo di arte moderna con un'interessante mostra di un artista fotografo brasiliano, Vik Muniz, e la sera siamo finiti in un bar-ristorante di Barranco ricavato da un vecchio vagone di un treno: la giornata è finita sorseggiando Pisco Sour, il cocktail nazionale del Perù al quale siamo già molto affezionati; si tratta di un mix di Pisco, un liquore ricavato dall'uva, succo di limone e chiara d'uovo; non siamo ai livelli delle caipirinhe in Brasile, ...
... to say, the water owned us! I forgot how exhausting it is just paddling out back! I only got up 3 times, the locals kept telling me "mas rapido" but I just didn't have it in me! Still, it was good fun to get out there again, we hired from Pukana surf, so cheap, only 20 soles for as long ascyou want and it includes a wetsuit.
There's a park in Miraflores called Kennedy Park where there's more cats than ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center