qp Hotels Lima
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... copper, gold, silver, and zinc), construction, vicuña corn, and milk processing being major employers. The Chile River flows through the area providing water for farming as well as industry. Many vegetable crops are grown in terraces, especially broccoli, potatoes, and many kinds of cabbage. There are many fields of alfalfa for the dairy cattle, but these are very unlike the fields we see in the San Joaquin Valley. All the ...
... lecterns in the choir for the monks to sing from. In the Harry Potter-esque room, the musty smell of academia and religion intertwined, and added to the magical atmosphere. From here, we ventured into the choir, giving us sweeping views from the balcony, with its intricately carved chairs, where the monks would have sat, out over the huge church that makes up the majority of the monastery. After admiring the view and the grandeur of the church itself, we were led into the ...
... Our walk also takes us past our grandmother's old house (Tati now lives here...she is away for the holidays so can't pop in for a visit). The house looks different from the front...it now has a high front fence with a gate, but we can see through and see the front garden...much smaller than I remember). We strolled to the Milk Bar (el Chino de la esquina) around the corner, but find that it is no longer there...in its place is an apartment ...
After 26 hours of built up excitement, we have finally arrived in Lima, Peru! The taxi ride to the hostel allowed us to catch a glimpse of the Peruvian landscape, with long beaches and undulating cliffs.
Our hostel is located in the bustling suburb of Miraflores; the central position ...
... is a feat in an of itself as this "shanty town" is home to over 2,000,000 people! The town started in the 70's and is growing at a rate of approx 20,000 people per year. Approx 70% of the houses have electricity! and about 60% have indoor plumbing and bathrooms. The houses are all really colourful and looking down on the town from up top it's quite pretty with all the colours. I commented on that and our guide, Santiago said that in Inka traditions they believe that ...