El Pueblo Resort & Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... and encountered a huge crowd. According to our guide there is always something going on there on Sundays and we happened on a huge religious processional, complete with dancers, bands, incense and religious icons carried by groups of at least eight strong men. It was interesting to see how they got these into the church and I still wonder where they put them inside.
Our third stop was at the ...
... continue to rise here in Lima.
Friday was my scheduled day off at ACTV. I woke up as late as possible (7:30am. Body clock was not cooperating) and after a run and some breakfast, headed to the market in Magdalena. Mili had landed a bomb during breakfast - I was going to be cooking for her entire close family. After recovering from the fact that it wasn't going to be her ENTIRE family (i.e. 60 people) but rather her brothers and sisters ...
1st - 3rd December: Lima
As Lima is known as the Gastronomic Capital of Latin America we couldn't wait to try some of the different dishes and styles or cuisines. Seafood is very popular in Lima in particular ceviche. Chifa is another style which is is a term used in Peru to refer to Chinese cooking, in which Peruvian and Chinese ingredients are fused to cantonese culinary tradition. The term "Chifa" is also used to define a restaurant where ...
... up after yesterday's big effort. Our hotel (Tierra Viva Miraflores) is in the - guess where - Miraflores area of the city, near the sea. Amazing place, Lima. After Cairo, this city, of about 8.5 million souls, is the second driest capital city in the world. In winter (April through to October) the city is often blanketed in a ghostly fog known as 'garua'. It, apparently, turns the sky an alabaster white and hangs like a ...
... wood, with the inside and outside being plastered. The Cathedral also houses the remains of Pizarro. The Spanish government was so impressed with his efforts in South America (he was the fellow who defeated the Inca Empire and delivered South America to Spain), that they allowed him to entombed within the confines of the Cathedral complete with lavish chapel. Our tour guide explained that while Pizarro isn’t considered to be a national hero, they respect his remains ...