Hotel Santa Rosa De Quives
Travel Blogs from Lima
... volleyball. I can enjoy what I'm doing, while helping out with a good cause. It's a win-win situation!
Not only can I share my passion for sports, volleyball, and travel, but I can share my love for children and teaching. I hope to gain a sense of fulfillment when I see a child hit their first overhand serve over the net. I want to help a sulking, child that can't set the ...
... to our very spacious room overlooking the park. We really are speechless by now. Julie put the coffee machine on soon after getting in the room. The king size bed will ensure that we will need emails to communicate! Anyway........ As we were quite relaxed we ventured out of the hotel and a walk around the nearby streets. Very light rain and cool so didn't go far. The city is 2850 metres above sea level so will probably be a little cooler even though it ...
... Inca metal work using gold/copper alloys. Precious metals were used by the Incas for spiritual and decoration purposes. Shells and stones were used for trade. We visited the Plaza Mayor bordered by the Basilica Cathedral and San Francis of Assissi Monastery built in 1600s but rebuilt over the years due to earthquake destruction, The Presidential Palace and City Hall. We watched the changing of the guard at the palace where the ...
Then a disaster. We sat and waited for our guide for over half an hour, then called the "emergency" 24-hour hotline……and there was no answer! Finally, we got an answering machine and we left a message that we wanted our city tour the next morning at 10:00 a.m. We went on our own wandering expedition. John had done enough research that we ...
... I came all the way from Canada, and
I would be very happy to have just one picture.
my persistence, it didn't take long for the guard to allow me to pass
the barricades, and soon the band members were posing in front of my
Gracias!” I asked them to look toward me, and they gladly posed
after that, they started to march toward the front ...