PUCP means "Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru". This time in the gallery was Botero-exhibition.
Pieces for small hunger and desserts. I was not completely satisfied, because I order a warm beer (because I had a little flu), and then I waited a long. Then came another waiter, and I order a beer from him, too. Then again waiting, and nothing happened. At last I got a warm beer, but the glass was in ice!
Favorite Dish: I took "Empanada de Carne" (4.5 soles) and a beer (5.5 soles/small Cristal).
Café del Mar is a restaurant where you can eat delicious gourmet food, drink very good cocktails or beers and listen to good music. In the second floor there is space to dance and as the night advances many couples decide to do it.
Dress Code: No coat or tie required. But the dress code is "formal".
It is a modern and minimalist shop offering good and original Peruvian creams, soaps and cologne sprays.
What to buy: Apart from the ones described along Av. Conquistadores in San Isidro you can find many boutiques offering party dresses, Peruvian silverworks, antique stores, and good restaurants.
What to pay: For a cream US$ 5, for a party dress: US$ 200, for a silver necklace at "Claudia Lira" from US$ 50 to US$ 500
When walking in the center, or in San Isidro, or usually wealthy places, there are lots of shoe cleaning boys (always boys!) offerig their services. It´s good to give work for them, only that 1 soles fee is so delicious that often I defuse.
Favorite thing: San Isidro forms the modern city atmosphere, almost all bussines, goverment and embassies have moved here lately from the center.