Suites Del Bosque Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... development of the Lima Culture and served as a ceremonial and administrative center. It was ruled by a group of priests. Human sacrifices were made here as well as sacrifices of animals and plants. It was clearly separated by a large wall into two zones: the administrative and urban zone and the ceremonial sector containing ...
... Sangucheria... They made delicious sandwiches and fresh fruit juices, including something called Chicha Morada, a very sweet drink made from purple corn. We walked around, saw some pre-inca ruins (1500 years old), the parque de los olivares (olive trees) in San Isidro, and got lost trying to find the metro bus back. By the time we found a station, it was rush hour and all the buses were really crowded!! We got back safely if a little crushed from the amount of people in the ...
... response. Then to make people even more annoyed, they changed our gate number.
After about a 90 minute delay, we finally boarded the plane and were on our way to Lima. We got a little bit of a sunset over the Andes, but I think most of the flight was done in darkness, so who knows what we flew over.
Unlike Ecuador, Peru welcomed my passport with open arms and after a very short exchange about how long we were staying, we were on our way.
... to get fresh milk; the milk we had seen so far was evaporated milk or long-life milk out of cartons.
The bus left the hotel at 8.00am and slowly made its way along the coastal road, which was already busy with the start of the Lima rush-hour. The sky was cloudy once again, and we saw several early-morning surfers making the most of the rolling waves of the Pacific.
We drove along the coastline for some ...
... going to be hard to get to the end, so a few of us decided to change the route and go to Neveria lake, that was a shorter way to finish the trek. I was there before so i joined the group. There was another group who were more or less going well where my friend Abdias was and the fastest group where Raphael was. I always got the feeling that Germans never get tired or feel cold, i wish i had at least a piece of them.... My ...