Radisson Hotel & Suites San Isidro
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... language (in multilingual countries, it is the language selected to promote internal cohesion) was Spanish, and Emma was the only person in our group who could speak it. After much confusion and translation we finally were able to tell our driver where we needed to go. We were going to be spending our day on a farm, not far from the city, but as we rode in the cab we were able to get the feel of what the country in Peru was like. Before traveling to Lima we ...
... town and ventured through some very pretty squares. Even though the Spanish did conquer and force religion on the Andeans, they did build beautiful buildings, churches, parks and cities. Sadly, at this point we said a very sad farewell to Sim who headed off to get settled in to her hotel and meet her next tour group. To drown our sorrows we stopped by the Gran Hotel Bolivar for the famous ...
After a good night's sleep and a great breakfast buffet we took an historical tour of Lima visiting three sites. I really like this tour company, there are 3 busloads of us, and they provide enough guides so each group consists of only 18 people. You don't feel like you are in a herd. Lima is the second driest place in the world, following only the Sahara Desert, with only an inch of rain a year. Our ...
... 9200000762939px;">Do we just have to shrug our shoulders and say: 'there are these two views of the world, choose which one suits you best?' That would be at least a step forward, because at the moment, we are increasingly discounting one of these world views, that of the right hemisphere, altogether, and, as they say, half a loaf is better than no bread. Fortunately we don't have to choose: there is something of supreme value which each contributes ...
... if they felt safe. During our time in Lima we didn't do much due to our nervousness of South America and us suffering severe jet lag. It was only 2 days ago that we were 12 hours ahead. We were struggling. Our time in Lima consisted of walking up and down the same street on several occasions, going to the cinema, walking around the shops, visiting some Inca ruins (which were closed so we could only see them from the outside), and more walking up ...