Travel Blogs from Lima
... to a couple of the group I discovered that I was supposed to have had a Yellow Fever injection. I had not seen this in any of the literature sent to us. I went on the government website when I got back and it is mainly for getting back into Australia. Brazil is cpnsidered a yellow fever country and I am returning straight frqm Rio. They will let you back in with a lecture etc but I thought it better to be safe. Gesus, our tour director is going to try and arrange for me to ...
... I putting on earrings and lip gloss for the first time in months, while the boys wore their button downs and khakis. When we tried to hail a taxi, the driver told us the address was just blocks away, so we started to walk according to his directions. Not two blocks later, appearing as if we were looking for something, and perhaps looking Jewish, a woman in her car slowed down to ask if she could help us. When I told her we were looking for a synagogue, she showed us that ...
... my laundry! We then booked our next bus for tomorrow. We love a good bus we do. For dinner I got a KFC which is disappointing compared to the UK. Sort it out Saunders! Ladward was more upset though when he went for a medium pizza from Pizza Hut and it came out and was smaller than his hand. Not a happy Larry. Sleep was on the agenda next as we have an early start tomorrow. We are heading to the oasis town of Huacachina. Il let you know how it ...
... a waterfront park and several squares that were lovely. We visited the Hotel Bolivia, which was the first grand hotel built in Lima. The Plaza Armas has the president's house and offices are on one side of the plaza. The cathedral and archbishop's residence is on another side and the mayor's office is on another side. It has been the same since Pisarro founded Lima. We had an early night since we were all ...
... there we used their new "Metropolitano", a bus service that runs from North to South of the city and has its own lanes. This turned out to be a cheap and safe way to get around the city while also experiencing some local life. Miraflores had nice views of the coast, some "Gaudiesque" gardens and good restaurants. The one we wanted was unfortunately closed, so we ended up as the only customers in a really tiny local ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Savoy Hotel Lima
Other places to stay in Lima
Lima Residencial, Lima | 2 star hotelfrom $72
Lima Central, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $81
- Excelente ubicación
- Great value in Miraflores
- Un hotel molto confortevole e pulito
Miraflores, Lima | 2 star hotelfrom $53
Lima Residencial, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $108
Lima Norte, Lima | Hotelfrom $72
Lima Norte, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $81
San Miguel, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $52