- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Hot tub
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... and for worse. The day before we were set to depart, with the intention of climbing up to Laguna 69 on an 8 hour hike, I was suffering from food poisoning and the flu. This, however, did not diminish the grandeur of the 8 hour road-trip to Huaraz. Driving from the traffic-ridden city center out to and along the coast, then turning into the desert and crawling our way up to 4000m driving past snow-capped mountains was one of the most radical changes in scenery ...
... shown directly to our room with a beautiful view (although it would be nice if they cleaned the windows a little better). We were also pleasantly surprised to find the wi-fi was free for Marriott Rewards members (we thought we were going to have to pay or not use it).
After settling in, it was time for a late lunch. We crossed the street to the Larcomar Mall and snagged the last table with a view at Tanta. It was time to eat ceviche! We ordered our first of ...
... Do not know what is in it, but they are good.
This was the beginning of our second segment so new people boarded today and the first segmenters departed.
The weather has been in the 70's. Lima is mostly always cloudy in the morning, then the sun pops through.
We will have four sea days coming up as we sail to Easter Island.
Until next ...
... us little tea cups. The one little boy kept yelling "cheers!" In Spanish (I don't know how to spell it!) and he was getting so mad we weren't drinking. Everyone we met was so friendly and so happy to meet us and talk to us. Although they have so much less than us, they were all so happy. And everyone helps everyone out. It's a real sense of community. Our guide kept saying "you want to take picture with them?" And although we did it felt weird taking photos of people ...
... to be pork cheek or crackling but just wasn't crunchy. Marcus tried a little of everything. We had an idea it was some ofal or insides but not exactly sure. We asked the waiter when he came to take away the bits we couldn't try more of and what was on the plate was - pig intestines (not the crackling we thought it might have been), chicken hearts, chicken and pork gizzards, pork liver, brain and god knows what was the actual meat looking piece!!! ...
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Lima Residencial, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $105
Lima Este, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $85
Lima Central, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $207
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Comas, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $129
Miraflores, Lima | 2 star hotelfrom $204
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