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We visited LIMA, PERU for a week & this is what happened...
It's our first time in South America! We traveled from Mexico to Peru, and Lima completely took us by surprise.
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In today’s travel vlog, we fly from Cancun, Mexico to Lima, Peru. After taking an Uber to our Airbnb in the heart of Miraflores, our exhaustion from a long travel day caught up with us. Despite wanting to get out and explore Lima, we had to sleep for practically an entire day. That wasn't ideal, but we decided it was better to be refreshed for our week in Lima. After all, we're making our first ever Lima vlog!
A Lima, Peru travel vlog wouldn’t be complete without the neighborhoods of Miraflores and Barranco, so on our first real day in the city, we decided to let a professional cyclist (a Lima local) guide us around on a bike tour of the city.
Miraflores is the most popular neighborhood for travelers visiting Lima. It sits right next to the coast with cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Barranco is Miraflores' colorful, bohemian neighbor, filled with murals, art, and historic architecture.
At first, we were worried the food in Lima wasn't as special as people had led us to believe. The first restaurant we tried, Buena Vista Cafe, was quite underwhelming (not typical food from Peru, though). We soon realized that authentic Peruvian foods like causa, ceviche, anticuchos, cancha, and picarones, are DELICIOUS. The more Peruvian food we tried, the more our mouths were watering for it!
Before our travels to Lima, we weren’t the biggest fans of ceviche but after tasting Peruvian ceviche, it’s now one of our favorite foods on the planet!
Come along with us as we explore the food scene in Lima and visit some popular attractions throughout the city!
------OUR LIMA RECOMMENDATIONS------
WHERE TO EAT IN LIMA, PERU
1. Mangos Restaurant (Peruvian Food, Located in Larcomar)
2. La 73 Restaurant (Peruvian Food, Located in Barranco)
3. Makoto (Japanese Food, Located in Miraflores)
4. Muya (Peruvian Food, Located in Barranco)
5. Panchita (Peruvian Food, Located in Miraflores)
6. Peru Gourmet (Peruvian Food, Located in Historic Center)
WHAT TO DO IN LIMA, PERU
1. Take a bike tour. We found one on Airbnb and felt like it was the perfect way to get ourselves more comfortable with Lima.
2. Visit Parque del Amor. This park is in the Miraflores neighborhood on the malecon. It's a great place to take some pictures and watch the sunset.
3. Explore the Miraflores and Barranco neighborhoods. There are so many things to see, do, and eat in each of these zones in Lima. They are also considered some of the safest parts of the city.
4. Watch the changing of the guards. Every day at 12:00pm, you can see this fantastic ceremony at the Presidential Palace (Palacio de Gobierno) in the historic center. We recommend going early (the concert portion starts at 11:30am) to get a front-row seat.
5. Browse Peruvian arts and crafts at Inca Market. There are a few of these markets to choose from. They all contain thousands of local artesanías (handicrafts) such as blankets, colorful decor, stuffed animal llamas/alpacas, and so much more. You can walk around there for hours!
6. Stroll down the coast. In Miraflores, the malecon runs along the coast for miles. There is a walking/bike path through the entire thing and also benches, workout equipment, dog parks, playgrounds, and tons more to see and do.
7. Visit the 3rd most popular attraction in Peru, Larcomar. This oceanside shopping mall has dozens of shops, restaurants, and cafes.
8. Visit the Pre-Inca Ruins. If you enjoy learning about ancient civilizations and their impressive history this is a must-see.
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Top 05 Best Hotels In Arizons 2017
Top 05 Hotels in Arizona here. In bellows we provide details information..
01. Royal Palms Resort & Spa-in the Unbound Collection by Hyatt :- Set in an exceedingly lavish Spanish Colonial home in-built 1929, this high-end resort could be a mile from Camelback Mountain and half dozen miles from the Phoenix facility within Papago Park. previous world-style rooms and suites feature flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, minibars and iPod docks; some have scenic views, soaking tubs and/or patios. Lush villas add sitting areas, separate bedrooms and out of doors fireplaces.
# Cost :- $399 For One Day.
# Address :- 5200 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018
02. Kimpton Hotel Palomar Phoenix Cityscape :- This hip Kimpton building is at intervals a 7-minute walk from U.S. Airways Center, third Street/Washington light-weight rail transit station and also the Phoenix Convention Center. The colourful, up to date rooms have Italian linens, yoga mats, and glass walk-in showers. Studios and suites add soaking tubs, views, and minibars with premium and organic product. space service is on the market.
# Cost :- $299 For One Day.
# Address :- 2 E Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
03. Enchantment Resort :- Set on seventy acres in Boynton canon, this upmarket resort is eight.5 miles from Sedona and sixteen miles from Slide Rock State Park. refined rooms with Southwestern ornamentation feature decks with views of the red rock mountains, yet as Wi-Fi, minibars and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms and suites add fireplaces and kitchens; some embody personal pools or hot tubs.
# Cost :- $344 For One Day.
# Address :- 525 Boynton Canyon Rd, Sedona, AZ 86336
04. The Canyon Suites at The Phoenician :- This swish edifice at intervals the upmarket Phoenician resort is seven.8 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor International airdrome. Elegant rooms have free Wi-Fi and 42-inch TVs, and Italian linens, designer toiletries, marble loos, floor-to-ceiling windows and personal terraces. The 1- and 2-bedroom suites add separate living rooms, videodisc players, nuclear physicist sound systems and eating areas.
# Cost :- $705 For One Day.
# Address :- 6000 E Camelback Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
05. Arizona Biltmore :- Built in 1929, this luxury resort is about on thirty-nine lush acres, and is eight miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor International flying field. Elegant, trendy rooms feature flat-screen TVs, minifridges and Wi-Fi; some have balconies. Suites and villas could add wet bars, fireplaces and full kitchens. Club-level guests have personal concierges and access to a personal lounge with free brewage, wine and petit dejeuner.
# Cost :- $379
# Address :- 2400 E Missouri Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85016
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The Best and Worst Cruise Port Facilities For Visiting Vacationers?
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cliffs at peace canyon
Come join as we explore the Cliffs at Peace Canyon in Las Vegas. A Beautiful resort off the strip which offers free daily shuttle to the strip and Wi-Fi throughout the resort. Each unit offers a kitchen with laundry. Also hot tub and pool with water feature. Located in walking distance to many shopping, grocery stores and restaurants.
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Little Creek Casino Resort in Kamilche WA
Reservations: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Little Creek Casino Resort 91 West State Route 108 Kamilche WA 98584 Located 16 miles from Olympia, this resort offers a gaming floor and a variety of restaurants, bars and cafes. All guest rooms include free Wi-Fi. Free guest parking is available. Guests of Little Creek Casino Resort can visit the colorful gaming floor with custom designed lighting. Featured games include slots, table games, Poker, Blackjack, Bingo and Keno. The resort offers both smoking and non-smoking gaming areas. A flat-screen TV with extended cable channels is provided in all guest rooms at Little Creek Casino Resort. For convenience, all of the air-conditioned rooms include a work desk, a microwave, a refrigerator and a coffee maker. Spread out over 320 acres, the award-winning 18-hole Salish Cliffs Golf Club is located at Little Creek Casino Resort. If guests prefer, they can work out in the gym or visit the spa and health club. An indoor pool and hot tub are also available. The Ridge Motor Sports Track is a 15 minute drive from this resort. Jarrell Cove State Park is 22 miles away.
The fun of outdoor adventure in Illinois at Starved Rock State Park
Starved Rock State Park is located near Utica in Illinois. It hosts more visitors than 10 of the 59 National Parks in the United States. And there is a good reason why!. Whether you enjoy hiking along the nature trails or viewing the many spectacular overlooks along the Illinois River, recreational opportunities abound. From picnicking to fishing to boating, from horseback riding to camping to enjoying winter sports, there’s so much to do that you’ll come back again and again. The backdrop for your activities are 18 canyons formed by glacial melt water and stream erosion. They slice dramatically through tree-covered, sandstone bluffs for four miles at Starved Rock State Park, which is located along the south side of the Illinois River, one mile south of Utica and midway between the cities of LaSalle-Peru and Ottawa.
The park is best known for its fascinating rock formations, primarily St. Peter sandstone, laid down in a huge shallow inland sea more than 425 million years ago and later brought to the surface. While the areas along the river and its tributaries still are predominantly forested, much of the area is a flat, gently rolling plain. The upland prairies were created during an intensive warming period several thousand years after the melting of the glaciers. The Illinois River Valley in the Starved Rock area is a major contrast to the flatland. The valley was formed by a series of floods as glacial melt water broke through moraines, sending torrents of water surging across the land and deeply eroding the sandstone and other sedimentary rocks.
During early spring, when the end of winter thaw is occurring and rains are frequent, sparkling waterfalls are found at the heads of all 18 canyons, and vertical walls of moss-covered stone create a setting of natural geologic beauty uncommon in Illinois. Some of the longer-lasting waterfalls are found in French, LaSalle and St. Louis canyons. Waterfalls, rivers and streams can undercut a cliff, creating overhangs in the sandstone, like Council Overhang at the east end of the park. Other sights can be seen from the bluffs themselves, which provide vantage points for enjoying spectacular vistas. The porous sandstone bluffs allow water to soak quickly through, only to collect in greater quantities on the slopes below. The resulting lush vegetation supports an abundant wildlife and bird population, including woodchucks, moles, vireos and catbirds. Wood ducks that nest in hollow trees occasionally can be seen paddling along the river’s edge. Evidence of beavers and muskrats can be seen as you walk along the River Trail.
Black oak, red cedar and white oak, as well as white pine and white cedar, grow on the drier, sandy bluff tops. Yellow bellied sapsuckers drill parallel rows of small holes on cedar trees and return to feed on sap and small insects. Service berry and northern honeysuckle–shrubs that prefer a well-drained area–attract scarlet tangers and cedar waxwings.
Cruise Line Personalities, and Cruise Tips Live
Sponsored by Cruiseline.com! Check out easy cruise search here: Hey Cruisers, It's is great to be back for another Cruise Tips TV live stream vlog. Today we are going to start off with the topic of cruise line personalities. What is a cruise line personality? What type of cruise line personality matches your style of cruising. We love this topic and we have a lot of fun with it on today's CruiseTipsTV livestream vlog. We've talked about cruise line personalities before, but we thought it would be fun to get some realtime feedback on the subject. You can see our videos about this here: and part 2 and just for fun you can take the quiz and see what cruise line is the best match for you: If this topic interests you, you'll want to tune in and check it out. We even try to compare cruise lines to things like types of cars etc'. We also cover a wide spectrum of general cruise tips and cruise questions as we always do in our live cruise vlogs. Things like when is the best time to cruise? Does Royal Caribbean have self service laundry? Why do some cruise lines prohibit plastic bottles? Are there size restrictions on shampoo and conditioner. We always have great questions on the cruise tips tv live vlog!
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Wyndham Kona Hawaiian Resort in Kailua-Kona HI
Rates: . . .. .. ... . .. .. ... . .. .. .. Wyndham Kona Hawaiian Resort 75-5961 Alii Drive Kailua-Kona HI 96740 Featuring 2 pools and 2 hot tubs, this Kailua-Kona (Big Island, Hawaii) resort offers a two-bedroom villa with a furnished balcony. Free Wi-Fi is also provided. The Pacific Coast is 100 feet away. An outdoor dining table and lounge chair is featured on the covered balcony. A fully equipped kitchen is also provided at this two-bedroom villa. Tropical inspired textiles and bamboo furnishings are styled throughout this villa at Kona Hawaiian Village Resort. A picnic area with barbecue facilities is offered. Free parking is provided at Kona Resort. Kahaluu Beach Park is 3.7 miles away. Keauhou Shopping Center is 10 minutes’ drive from Kona Hawaiian Village Resort.
Episode 7: Bayfield County Wild Talks with Chad Abel About The First Tribal National Park
On this episode of Bayfield County Wild, as Co-hosts Nancy Christopher and Mary Motiff, director of Bayfield County Tourism, speak with Chad Abel, Division Administrator of Natural Resources for the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. They discuss the first tribal national park in the country, located at Frog Bay, as well as area events in the month of March.
Legendary Waters Resort & Casino
Legendary Waters is one of the most appropriately-named destinations you can find. Owned and operated by the Red Cliff band of Lake Superior Chippewa, the entire experience and view for visitors is truly “legendary.” Located on the shores of Lake Superior in Red Cliff, this hotel offers 47 deluxe rooms and premiere suites, each with a Lake Superior and Apostle Islands view. Even the casino has a view! This is a rarity, as most casinos in the United States don’t even have windows. The annual Pow Wow in Red Cliff features drummers, singers and dancers along with vendors selling traditional food and arts & crafts. Check travelbayfieldcounty.com for future dates, and visit the Native American Tourism of Wisconsin website (NATOW) for details on proper pow wow etiquette.
New Apostle Islands Coin
Over the last few years, the United States Mint has been producing quarters that highlight different national parks. It’s exciting to announce that the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore is being honored with such a coin! There will be a forum for coin collectors at the Northern Great Lakes Visitors Center in Ashland on Tuesday evening, April 10th and the official quarter launch and coin exchange at Legendary Waters Resort on Wednesday morning, April 11th. Further information can be found at travelbayfieldcounty.com.
Frog Bay Tribal National Park
Chad Abel shares his involvement with the first tribal national park in the country, Frog Bay Tribal National Park. Frog Bay is a pristine, undeveloped area on the Red Cliff Chippewa reservation. Though not affiliated with the National Park Service, the tribal national park title refers to the sovereign nation of the Red Cliff Band of Chippewa. This designation protects it from future development and provides public access to a portion of the park.
Located a few miles from Legendary Waters Resort & Casino on Frog Bay in Lake Superior, the park opened in 2012. Originally just a 90-acre parcel, it grew last year when another 87-acre parcel was acquired (the only remaining private property in Frog Bay), along with 80 acres that Bayfield County was using for timber management. In total, Frog Bay Tribal National Park is now approximately 300 acres with two miles of walking trails.
Balancing Tourism and Protection
With so much natural beauty in Bayfield County, it is a big responsibility to protect. Mary explains that there are many laws in place for the protection of Bayfield County’s natural resources, and that Bayfield County Tourism balances nature and tourism every day. Bayfield County is aware that its natural resources draw people from all over the world, and local residents want to continue to protect these assets.
Marching Into Spring
You may be thinking spring, but celebrate winter with one last “hurrah” in Bayfield County:
March 2-4: Bayfield Winterfest allows you to release your cabin fever and have crazy winter fun while taking part in this fund-raising weekend in Bayfield. Proceeds benefit the Bayfield Area Recreation Center and Mt. Ashwabay Ski and Recreation Area.
March 3: The World’s Longest Weenie Roast is held to raise funds for the Great Divide Ambulance Service, the Namakagon Volunteer Fire Department and other charities and not-for-profits. This event holds the record for the longest line of hot dog cookers over one fire in the world.
March 3-28: The Chequamegon Bay Arts Council will hold its annual Spring Art Show – this year’s title: “Metamorphosis” – at the Washburn Cultural Center. There’s a public opening reception on March 8th,
March 9-11: Hot air balloonists from Wisconsin and Minnesota come to participate in the Hot Air Balloon Rally, raising money for the Cable Area Lions Heart Benefit.
March 10: The Mt. Ashwabay Spring Carnival offers fun and crazy events like a water balloon launch, a potluck, a costume contest, distance jump and the ever-popular cardboard races!
March 10: The Fat Bike Birkie is the premier on snow bike event in North America. Riders test their skills and endurance on the professionally-groomed American Birkebeiner Ski Trail!
March 10: The Harbor View Events Center is hosting Warren Nelson’s “South Shore Chronicles,” six vignettes depicting historical characters and scenes from the Chequamegon Bay area with music at the end of each act.
We’ll talk about birding with Neil Howk and learn about the 12th Annual Chequamegon Bay Birding and Nature Festival, held in May. Attendees will enjoy experts...