- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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My first days at work with ACTV. I leave the house just after 8am and don't arrive in Surco until around 9:30. Turns out the buses that run on Javier Prado Oeste stop quite regularly and it gets super congested after 7:30am on weekdays. I forget this is kind of the capital and London is just as bad. The buses are so much fun though - I feel like it's an adventure just to get on/off each bus. You have bus ticket conductors who say 'Pasaje' over and over, winding ...
... working in Lima about 14 years ago and as we arrived the day before the tour Peter took us on a 9 km walk around the area of the hotel. It seems things haven't changed much since he was last here. The most noticeable difference is that there are no longer armed guards all over the place. The political situation is much improved. We have now joined the tour. There are 36 Australians most about our age. Our friends Anne and David amongst ...
Didn't sleep too bad considering we are on a bus. The chairs are quiet comfortable but not that ideal for sleeping as they don't fully go all the way back and there isn't quiet enough room to stretch your legs out. We got served breakfast just after 8 o'clock this morning, nothing exciting just a bun with a piece of ham in it a juice and hot drink. Then we spent the rest of the morning and afternoon watching movies with lunch being served at 1 o'clock. We finally arrived in at ...
In getting ready to head home. We are in Lima at the Belmond Hotel in Miraflores. Our flight is at 11:50 tonight and we should land at oHare about 11:00 tomorrow morning after a lay over in Huston. It has been a wonderful trip with many memories. Signing off for the last time. ...
Over breakfast in the hostel one morning we got talking to the couple next to us, Yurii and Courtney from Vancouver Island, Canada. They were heading to Mistura Food Festival and invited us along, this is the biggest food festival in Latin America so we were very excited. This festival is huge, it's so big it has a map. There are sections for bread, bbq, cheese, chocolate, ...