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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Lima
... and then into a quaint district called Barranco which has managed to keep some of its original 19th century houses. We'll leave the historical centre of the city with its churches and museums until our return at the end of our trip, when we are more in the cultural groove. Looking forward to sampling our first Peruvian cuisine tonight including their famous "ceviche" which is raw ...
... short walk away.
By later on day two we were well rested and satisfied. A light tea at a vegetarian restaurant (truly we did!) and then early to bed in preparation for the long ride to Nazca. Some 650 kilometres of which more than 600 are windy and mountainous. Motorcycle heaven again.
The day started well with an early breakfast and gas by 8 am. Sunny and warm, we were getting into our rhythm and enjoying the company of 3 Argentinian riders in close proximity. ...
... chunks of barbequed beef heart seasoned with garlic, lemon juice, beer and parsley or cilantro. It is often skewered and is usually accompanied with potatoes and salads or served by itself as street food. Since the Spanish didn't like organ meats, it was generally given to the black slaves they brought to the country. Now it is considered a delicacy; who would have known? Apr 22 Central Lima is an ideal place for a walking tour and one can get there by ...
... Our next stop was ' The magic water circuit'. The government has transformed an old park into a tour of dancing water and lights with a dozen fountains shooting water into the air, choreographed to music and lights. We only had an hour here but it's a really great place to see.
We said our goodbyes to Senior Rosenberg ( who even hugged us goodbye ) and the next day boarded our flight to Costa ...
... bottle was 'about the same price' as three shots. So a bottle it was, although the guys refused to take any money! The next day I took the bus to Villa de Leyva, a small, beautifully maintained town four hours from Bogota. There is something special about this place, I liked it a lot. It is a popular place for Colombians to holiday and has the biggest plaza (town square) in the country and one of the biggest in SA. I had a couple of lovely ...