Sonesta Hotel El Olivar
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... Finally we got into the house. Cesko showed us our bed and we fall into sleep the minute our heads hit the pillows. Before we went to bed I calculated that exactly 24 hours had passed since we had got up to get our first flight until going to bed. When we landed at Lima airport it was actually still September 1st... Try getting your head around ...
... bothered, at about 2pm. Lima is huge. A vast, sprawling city, with suburbs that look exactly like one another, and go on for miles. Home to 6 million people – though we were heading to Miraflores, a rather posh suburb just south of the city centre, and with far fewer people (per square metre), and far more tourists.
Our accommodation, a hostel near the clifftops ...
... closed that day so we did go to the catacombs which was exciting to us. It was a monastery where nuns still lived in the back half and the front part was for the museum. We got a tour and again there was no pictures allowed but I tried sneaking a few. They did turn out well but at least I got something. There was a big library in there which was really cool. The catacombs were interesting too. Everyone got buried there and the graves were very deep, 8 something's deep, and when someone ...
... TV room without any covers, although on the way she had been offered a bed by a guy who was drinking on the roof. Originally she'd thought how nice but when it turned out he was planning on sleeping in the bed still too she decided not to take him up on his kind offer. Catriona was talking to a Finnish girl over breakfast and then an English guy came and sat with us, was chatting and asked me if I went to Edinburgh uni turns out it was a guy called Pete who I had ...
... the local currency "Soles"---yep they have money changers here as well although it seemed they were quite official-- not the "blue market ones". *Had a "Pisco Sour"- Peru's native drink-- quite nice really!! * got some "cold tablets" to hopefully clear mine up--one of the group even got anti- biotics over the counter! *At a visit to a beautiful church, 3 of us ladies were so busy admiring something , that we got locked in--obviously we got let out- what a hoot!! *. ...