Hostal Victor - Airport Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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After sleeping on the seats at Santiago airport, we finally boarded the small connecting plane to Lima. I slept for the majority of the flight. Chels had made friends with a backpacker named Alie who was very helpful with Spanish phrases and a few places to check out. When we left the terminal, there must of been a few thousand people waiting to …
... now a lot of cats everywhere and apparently a volunteer organisation to look after them. The cats were very friendly and used to human presence which was nice. The second and most important place we found was the chocolate museum which is the same as the one in Cusco. Unlike in Cusco though the staff were much more friendly and accommodating, and their free samples were always out, so we took full advantage. Gonzales gave us a quick run down of ...
... before the day. This particular parade was 5 hours, yes 5 hours, long. We watched for about 30 minutes, then attempted to go back to the Inca Market, which was difficult and took us far out of the way to get around the parade area. But we did have a little time to shop once we got there. Some of us are worried we will not have enough time in Cusco to get all the gifts and stuff bought since we only have a couple of days there and ...
... bohemian suburb, Baranco, just in time to turn around and head back northward to return the bikes. No moment of this hour was without someone falling off their bike, several skinned knees, playing the game of musical bikes, and various other trials and tribulations, but I will spare you more of the details. Nevertheless, we decided not to do this again, at least not in Lima.
We returned the rentals and planned to return the other bikes back to the hostel with ...
... taxi drivers... we decided to make the walk. It really wasn't that bad at all. Took us about 45 minutes because the packs were weighing us down.
The hostel is cute. There are only three rooms (one dorm with 4 beds - where we are staying, and two double rooms). There is a common room with couches and tvs as well as a kitchen. This is all located on the third floor of an apartment complex on a side street. It feels more like ...