The Westin Lima Hotel & Convention Center
Travel Blogs from Lima
Late night in Lima. Taking off for Argentina early in the morning. Looking forward to some rest. I will be sure to elaborate on my last night in Lima and my arrival in Buenos Aires tomorrow.
Due to how remote the plant is, it takes an entire day to get back to civilization. Luckily the weather was a non issue so we did not have to deal with wet roads, mudslides, or plane cancellations.
The ride back down the mountain was a bit more wild. We had a new driver, and he seemed to be training for a rally car race. He would gas it as …
I never thought I would be so happy to be back in Lima. The jungle ate me up and spit me back out. It was an emotional and physical battle the entire 2 days, traveling to the most remote areas where no tourist would ever consider going. I witnessed people that were living a life I couldn't even imagine, on roads that were more like ditches. I will …
I see that in Charlotte snow was falling today, meanwhile, in Lima it was 85 degrees and I got a minor sunburn from walking to work. Surprisingly I prefer the cold, but I know I am lucky to have such nice weather, so no complaints from me! Today I was jammed pack with meetings from the moment I arrived to the end of the work day. Although the …
The experience of entering a new office is always exhilarating. As soon as I step through the door, until the time I leave it is filled with new things and people. I met my friend and IT manager Hugo Bailon at the hotel lobby, and he brought me into work. The hotel to the office is walking distance, but for the first day I preferred to enter with …
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service