qp Hotels Lima
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Lima gets a bum wrap. Everyone loves Cuzco and Machu Picchu, but a mere mention that you're going to Lima is an invitation for an outpouring of invective and negative comments as if the city is the very worst example of urban development on the planet! Even our guide, Jenny volunteers that many of her "passengers" are just in the city for a morning or an afternoon, to fill-in the few hours between their international flight and the flight to Cuzco. Better than hanging around ...
... by the Government Palace and another by the Archbishop's palace and the Cathedral. The Lima version of a Christmas tree was still in place in front of the municipality building. After taking a few photos I asked one of a group of what may have been traffic wardens for directions and we got back to the nearest Metropolitana station and headed back to the Marriott. I would have to say that, unlike on most European transport ...
... a tour. Lima's traffic is very bad. See the photos for more story on the various places we visited. Topped of the day with dinner in a typical Peruvian restaurant. We head off early tomorrow to fly into the jungle with no phone or email, so we'll have to save all the stories for Sunday or Monday when we reach ...
... the coast road, notice that this is quite a good neighbourhood to be located in. Our feelings are confirmed when we happen upon the Australian Embassy, situated atop the cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean and (theoretically at least), gazing across at Australia.
Next stop the supermarket. Fascinating local produce, corn comes in both dark purple and almost white. Yellow chillies which I have heard are the ...
... rocked, rolled and flew across the dunes. The drivers had fun and we had even more fun. Each time we stopped and would run up a dune just to marvel at how far the dunes stretched, knowing that the landscape would look different tomorrow. And of course, the only way down is by dune boarding. I had more confidence with dune boarding than I did with volcano boarding – plus, sand is an awful lot softer and more forgiving than sharp rocks of lava. Face first, legs ...