He drove us to the Intercontinental Miramar and we eventually got checked in.
We stop by the lounge for a drink and then head to a very late (given the two-hour time change) dinner at Segundo Muelle, a branch of a Peruvian restaurant, getting s little lost in the way.
The food and service are good.
Tom and Ellyn report sleeping well, but the combination of a poorly insulated connecting door and inconsiderate neighbors ruin our sleep. The morning viewn doesn’t compensate.
Brian visits the front desk and the clerk promises to block the next-door room or move us to a quiet one.
We need a good night’s sleep as tomorrow we fly PTY-DEN-YVR, a fairly long travel day.