As smoothly choreographed as a professional dance routine, the move is reminiscent of the deference shown in the television show Downton Abbey and indicative of the overall service at the hotel.
We are standing in front of a glass liquor dispenser affixed to the wall. There are
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Along with Machu Picchu, Peru’s capital, Lima, is enjoying a tourism boom these days, thanks to its world-class museums and growing reputation as a center of South American gastronomy. Fortunately,
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