The Place of Miraflores Hostal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... come to life at night from the viewpoint with a couple of bottles of wine and great people was worth the sweating! We spent a fair amount of time just exploring Cuzco and getting a feel for the place. San Pedro market is fascinating and you're never short of a place to eat. We tried a number of national specialities, Llama is good, Cuy is not so good! A day spent white water rafting was great fun. I broke my paddle (obviously due to being just too powerful...) ...
... out on a posh Italian restaurant which was totally delicious and about the equivalent cost as 2 Nandos burgers at home... money goes further in Peru! We found a great way of getting down to Cusco on the cheap through a company called Peru Hop. We'll be on their bus for 7 days going through Chincha, Paracas, Ballestas Islands, Huacachina, Nazca, Arequipa (including a tour of Colca Canyon), Ayaviri and finally arriving in Cusco in time for Independence Day. Down we go! Lisa & Peter ...
... straight out for some ceviche as a late lunch/snack - yum! Definitely a good start. After a short stroll along the clifftops of the coast, we then ended up having a pretty nice Italian (yes it feels odd whist in Peru but we really craved some pasta) for dinner, so all in all it was a good first evening!
The next day we set off to join the free walking tour, but ended up binning it off not long in as we were hungry and decided to do our own walking ...
... staying in a hostel (called Miraflores, it is the closest to an American/European feel that Lima gets). We saw her to the bus station and helped her upgrade to a comfier seat. Now we are relaxing before family dinner. Will upload some pics from my phone when we get wifi ...
... of the ocean to the west. Again the centre of town could be mistaken for any city in a first world country, it is pretty. Lots of churches, nice modern buildings etc.
The night consisted of a trip to the Parque de la reserve which is a park with 13 different water fountains and features. Our taxi driver was a guy that worked for the hotel and this guy was a lunatic! Ran a red light, ...