Lima Peru

We arrived at Lima the capital city of Pelu from Tokyo via Los Angeles at the midnight.
It took approximately 21 hours. The airport is called Jorge Chávez International Airport. The airport was named after Peruvian aviator Jorge Chávez (1887 – 1910). He died in 1910 while attempting the first air crossing of the Alps.

The taxi stand in front of the airport.

The taxi stand in front of the airport.

When we picked up baggage and appeared outside the airport, it was 2:30 next morning. We are walking to the booked hotel from here.

Lima Airport Square, walking to the hotel.

Lima Airport Square, walking to the hotel.

Hotel Wyndham Costa del Sol Lima Airport and its reception.

Hotel Wyndham Costa del Sol Lima Airport and its reception.

The lounge and my room of the hotel.

The lounge and my room of the hotel.

I immediately checked in the hotel, went to my room and entered the bed hurriedly. The next day I woke up around 7 o’clock, took breakfast and got into the bed again. I got up after 10 o’clock and prepared to go out for sightseeing in the city of Peru. However, my physical condition is not good by the time difference and the long flight.

We are starting sightseeing in the city of Lima from the hotel.

We are starting sightseeing in the city of Lima from the hotel.

There is a statue of the Virgin Mary. Driving manner of this people are not good

There is a statue of the Virgin Mary. Driving manner of this people are not good

Lima is the capital and the largest city of Peru with a population of 10,852,210 in the 2016. It is located in the valleys of the Chillón, Rímac and Lurín rivers, in the central coastal part of the country, overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

This area is cluttered.

This area is cluttered

Pyramid Ruins in Lima

Pyramid Ruins on the Avenue Mariano H. Cornejo Lima

El Carmen Park

El Carmen Park is small but clean.

Larco Park Lima

Larco Park Lima

Larco Park is named after Rafael Larco Herrera (1872 – 1956), who was a famous politician, businessman and philanthropist in Peru.

Navarra Street, we arrived in front of Larco Museum.

Navarra Street, we arrived in front of Larco Museum.

Gate of Larco Museum

Gate of Larco Museum

Let’s go to the Larco Museum.

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