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One thing to do in Lima

Old Jan 26, 16, 8:00 am
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I was checking this "10 Things to Do" article and found interesting that the number 1 thing is the least common from the list (typical places and things you may have read in other posts).

Casa Aliaga is in fact a very interesting place, if you have enough time in Lima try to visit. The article has the contact info, visits are scheduled by appointment.

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Old Jan 26, 16, 9:14 am
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Looks quite interesting. Thanks for posting.
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Old Jan 26, 16, 11:40 am
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Neat - thanks! Added to my list for when I'm there in May.
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Old Jan 26, 16, 5:29 pm
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Thanks for posting. I didn't even know of La Casa Aliaga, and great to see that Ceviche in and of itself is on the list. Saludos!
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Old Jan 27, 16, 3:27 pm
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Thanks for the posting. Not sure I'm interested in Casa Aliaga, but I am interested in La Mar.
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Old Jan 28, 16, 12:14 am
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La Mar is a really brilliant place in many ways, though not cheap. I'm actually partial to Punto Azul for ceviches, as they're also a very popular place, but with lower prices and bigger portion sizes and always fresh-tasting. La Mar has more varieties, though, plus a sampler option. With both places it's good to get there early (at opening or shortly after) as the crowds build and there's a wait otherwise, especially on weekends.
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Old Mar 6, 16, 10:45 pm
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This is perfect. A buddy & I will be there a couple of days in August after trekking the Inca trail. Thanks!!
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