Sol De Oro Hotel & Suites
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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I woke up around 6:15, and packed up my belongings. Afterwards, I decided to head out to explore Cuzco a little bit. I walked to Plaza de Armas and some of the surrounding areas, which was pretty cool to walk around. I definitely enjoyed the historic architecture and cobblestone streets. Once it was almost time to head out, I walked back to the hostel and had them call me a cab. The cab arrived 5 minutes later and it took about 15 minutes to get to the airport. It ended up costing ...
... on in the giant Catholic church next door. Starting at 7:30 PM! I had the "crab rice" which was rice (almost like risotto, but with some kind of soy sauce, and came with a side of peppers/onions "cooked" in lime juice), mixed with crab, and scallops (five, for those of you counting at home), Jeff had the skirt steak (you knew this!) and Henry had ravioli with some kind of meat in it. Henry's sauce was just like ...
From Cusco we took a short flight to the capital of Peru, Lima. Being in the big city again would make a change from the smaller touristy towns. We stayed in a part called Miraflores. It's essentially a residential town by the coast almost like Rio but better maintained and without all the criminals. If you love your outdoor activities this town is perfect, with hand gliding, parasailing etc all ...
... on a soft, round bun, loaded with sliced ham, garnished with a spicy, pickled onion mix. It was delicious!
After lunch we walked around the center, visiting several churches in the immediate area and enjoyed the architecture and lovely old, well maintained Spanish buildings, some going back to the 1500īs. The most interesting place we visited was the Dominican Monestary of San Francisco, consecrated in 1673, and a lovely example ...
... Lima Main Square
Back to hotel to get some rest....
in the evening and night
14. San Martin Square (excellent for night photos)
15. Jr. De la Union streetwalk
16. Lima Main Square
17. Lima Cathedral
18. Government Palace
19. Lima Municipal Palace
been exhausted back to hotel.