Roosevelt Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
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After the 4 hour bus journey we arrived in Lima about 8.30pm. We then had a private transfer to our hotel which took another 30 mins. Once we checked in we headed out for dinner. Antonio took us to a restaurant close to the hotel. After dinner Gemma headed back to the hotel as she was leaving at 7.30pm the next morning. The rest of us went to bar and had a few ...
... were drawn so big for the gods, another theory relates to astronomical alignments, another to marking water irrigation systems and yet another that the lines are infact ancient landing sites of aliens! Seeing them from the air myself I am very undecided about what purpose I think these lines hold. One thing for sure is that the Nasca desert, one of the driest deserts in the world, is the perfect place for these lines to have been preserved and I think that whoever did make ...
... travel to a seaside area where fishermen set out daily in their wooden boats just as they have been doing for hundreds of years. On shore is an area where the catch is cleaned and sold. In 2008 we visited this same place in the morning when there was much activity; on this trip we are here in the afternoon when the most activity we see are large pelican vying for scraps and dragging refuge out of the trash cans. We visit the Larco Museum, home of ...
... a carving of Saint Anthony of Padua, the patron Saint of our church at home. Then we toured the catacombs under the church where we saw thousands and thousands of leg bones and skulls. It was very eerie and somber touring this final resting place of so many people. The process, design and function of the various parts of the catacombs was strangely efficient to prevent the spread of disease. We ...
... the car, update my blog and sleep a bit. In the evening we go out into Lima for dinner. In the center it's crowded because Peru is playing against Brazil for the Americas cup. We decide to go to Miraflores where there are apparently many restaurants. We have a cold but very tender beef and a good wine.
We would expect chaos after the footballmatch but nothing happens. Peru has lost and people are carrying the loss in ...