Sonesta Hotel El Olivar
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... soles, which was awesome! Once I got to the airport, I checked in for the Avianca flight and got a standby pass. I then headed to the lounge to chill and do some research on Lima. About 30 minutes to boarding, I decided to head to the gate. I got my seat assignment once the boarding began, and I was pretty happy. I was impressed when I entered the plane, an E-190. The seats were very comfortable and they had seatback TVs! We pushed back from the gate on time and had a fun ...
... sauce Taste of Peru puts on their yucca fries. The apps, pictured, were fantastic. Three different types of ceviche, and something that did not look at all what we ordered by it ended up being that, and tasting fantastic. The restaurant was empty when we got there - in fact, they didn't open until 8ish for dinner, and it was full by the time we left. People are on a different schedule here, "island time" as I ...
... Walking further down the coast we saw a shopping centre built into the cliffside (and hanging out) which is quite remarkable and I think is the only one in the world. The next day we ventured into the centre where we saw the changing of guard at the presidential palace which made the British one look boring in comparison (these guys were more like a marching band playing upbeat songs from ...
... culinary delights filled my stomach over the course of the week. Andrea, Riccardo and I always attempting to push our appetite-boundaries by having an ice cream afterwards. This way the afternoons always end up being an unproductive food coma.
I got back from work one evening, to a beautiful Christmas tree erected in the living room and lights in the windows. Jessie had been busy seeing to the Christmas spirit while we had been away and it ...
Leaving Puno this morning gave us some spectacular views of the lake. Then we drove to Juliaca through some flat flat farmland. It always surprises me that at 12,000 feet in the mountains, there can be this huge wide flat plain! Without a snow-covered mountain in sight! ...