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After a pleasant stroll and funicular ride in Parque Metropolitano de Santiago, we said our goodbyes to Santiago and boarded the plane for our 4 hour flight to Lima. Arriving in Lima to a rapidly setting sun reminded us we were a fair way north and dusk was just a blink before darkness settled in. The taxi ride in was reminiscent of our experiences in Ho Chi Minh City, but without the motorbikes. There were cars coming from ...
... she could make it and we had a chance to share this time with her, as it was unclear whether she was going to be at the party. A special moment is when Papa Memo walked in. He is still very much alert and remembers everything. Very funny and we are very happy he is here. He seems to enjoy being around everyone. Papa Memo and everyone else quizzed us on the reason that others in the family do not make the trip to visit. they want ...
... that you can not reserve tickets for the next day. There are only sold tickets for the current day. So I Alex asked me to Museum Largo to drive. This museum has an interesting collection of artifacts from the early Inca times. After visiting the museum, I took a taxi to the ruins Huaca Peclana. On the way I got to know Pedro. He is 68 years old and the only taxi driver is allowed to stand in front of the Museum. His wife worked for 25 years for the museum to them because of ...
... kept the old ways alive. In addition they had a large part to play in the theology of the various kingdoms that developed beginning as early as 3700 BC.
But what I really want to talk about in this final post are some of the thoughts about the recurring patterns seen in cultures throughout the world and what they may have to say about what humans everywhere seem to require.
There are stories here that a king with a complete population for a city showed up on the shores ...
... section of Lima. To bed! After a restess 6 hours, I still didn't feel like getting up, but breakfast called. After a pleasant meal (no surprises here, except the corn tamales), we took a walk around our area and ended up at the ocean. Although the summer months (we are at 12 degrees south) are supposedly fog-free, today was rather gloomy- no sunny shots of a blue Pacific. There is a nice promenade park ...
Other places to stay in Lima
Lima Residencial, Lima | 2 star hotelfrom $65
Lima Central, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $69
- Excelente ubicación
- Great value in Miraflores
- Un hotel molto confortevole e pulito
Lima Residencial, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $93
- Great location
- Great location
- Great historical Hotel
Miraflores, Lima | 2 star hotelfrom $43
Lima Norte, Lima | Hotelfrom $59
Lima Norte, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $81
San Miguel, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $61