Royal Park Hotel
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Lima
... enjoy the Pacific breezes and an unobstructed view. Mangos served the best Pisco Sour (and still the best after sampling Pisco Sours everywhere
we´ve been so far - ten days later!) We decided that this was going to be our sunset view over the Pacific this evening. We returned to Mangos at 5:30 p.m. and had a great table for the sunset and a wonderful fresh mixed seafood plate for dinner.
Today I woke up pretty late, the hostel had a pretty good breakfast with nice bread rolls and jam, not forgetting a cup of tea of course. So far if we wanted to to stay another night anywhere we let them know before checkout time or sometimes hostels assumed you were staying unless you checked out. Here they already had our beds booked for the next people. Oops. So Ryan and I had to pack out bags to move room before 11am and wait ...
... prophylaxis tablets, before having a quick dinner at a restaurant down the street. I had choclo pastel, a sort of sheppards pie like dish made with corn which was pretty tasty, while Darren had a sandwhich. Then it was back to the hotel as we depart at 4:00am for the airport. We also received good news this evening - Mark and Brett had their baby girl. We are really excited to meet miss Emerson Rose Frohlich when we get ...
... a paper printout of my tracking page through the narrow slit in the glass and it was promptly returned to me accompanied by words I'm pretty sure amounted to, "Bog off. We don't work Saturdays here. Come back on Monday." ****.
The fruitless journey was also punctuated by my driver pulling over, going to the rear of his car, opening the passenger door and having a waz against his tire. Wondering what was going on I turned round just in time to cop an eyeful of his chopper. ...
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