Concerned about your attires or you suits during your trips? This suits bag (or garment bag) made from natural leather is the perfect accessory...... more
Concerned about your attires or you suits during your trips? This suits bag (or garment bag) made from natural leather is the perfect accessory to prevent your clothes from creasing while making transportation a lot easier. Opt for sophistication with this genuine leather suits bag and its velvet lining. The latter has an large exterior pocket (9.8 x 12.9 x 1.1 inches) with zipper; perfect for your accessories, like your ties, your suits pocket towel for example. With its zipper that goes till the bottom of the garment bag, you will tuck-in your suits without breaking a sweat. For now on, you will not have to worry about wrinkles.Delivered without hanger Opened dimension: 40.9 inches x 22.4 inches Closed dimension: 19.6 inches x 22.4 inches Bag's handle: 3.9 inches
..."Something of Lima's history"
Talking about Lima, The Peru's goverment hometown, is talking about muy own city that are on the Peru's West Centre in the Coast near the Pacific Ocean that was founded on January 18th, 1535 by the Spanish Francisco Pizarro near the Pachacamac Valley on the Incas time being the Today's Lima's downtown named "Damero de Pizarro" (Pizarro's Chess' field) because its...
01.07.2009 05:16 ·Read review
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Advantages: Lovely staff - all very helpful Disadvantages: too far from the interesting parts of Lima
...really very efficient but fortunately my hair was short and it did the job for me. Our room was at the front of the hotel overlooking the golf course if you looked to the right, immediately in front was the Delphine Casino and we could just see dolphins in a pool behind the casino.
There was a gym somewhere in the hotel but I'm afraid that was not of great interest to me as I was there to see Lima not...
Advantages: Far more to see than we even tried to find Disadvantages: The traffic can be a nightmare
...It really shouldn't be possible to visit a country's capital city, twice, even briefly, and have virtually nothing to say about it. Yet, strangely that is the situation I find myself in with regard to Lima.
To be fair, I'm not entirely sure we'd have bothered at all but for the fact that the tour designers probably thought it was de rigeur. Or maybe it's just that if you're flying in from...
26.11.2013 19:20 ·Read review
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