Villa Roma Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... for most Peruvians. So a sculpture, The Intimate Kiss, was made to symbolize the love.
For our lunch, we went to a deaf-owned restaurant. The owner, Sandro, was trained to be a chef and to operate the restaurant. His wife is the chef. They own the restaurant for more than 22 years. All of the workers are deaf. The menu changes daily and is opened for lunch only. The best part of our meal is the mashed ...
... or even any yogurt without sugar or flavor... these and many other things all made for an interesting 'out of comfort zone' experience. The dinner went very well and it was lovely to meet Mili's family. They reminded me so much of home. It occasionally dawns on me that I will be actually home again soon...!
Sunday was spent recovering from the day before. Oddly my biceps hurt. I assume it was something to do with carrying all of ...
... he set the company up a year ago after seeing a similar model working in New Zealand.
At 1:30 we were in for a treat. Our wedding present from Phil & Silvi was a 28 course taster menu in Astrid y Gaston, one of the top restaurants in the world located in the very rich area of San Isidro. It was the most spectacular dining experience we've had, every dish was a work of art, I don't think we'll have anything like it again. Claire took ...
... humming sound of the monk choir wafted around in the afternoon atmosphere, creating a weird dirge-like atmosphere common to this worship of the dead saints.
Our tour guide was able to take us in the side entrance through the monastery area, into the catacombs. These were an eye opener as they were clearly intended as the public burying place and there were bones stored in multitudes of nooks and crannies. The bodies ...
... in the colonial and Republican style. Itīs safe to walk round in the evening and at the weekend, it really comes alive as people come from all over Lima to visit the bars and restaurants. Our hostel was in a great location but just far enough from the centre to not be too disturbed by noise.
Our first day we walked to the area called Miraflores which is a more upmarket suburb and popular with tourists. Itīs a very modern part of Lima, where ...
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