Last Day in Peru

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Our last day in Lima, Peru, was this past Wednesday. While David cleared out his desk at the office, Marissa, Marcus, and I walked from our hotel in Miraflores to Parque Kennedy (Kennedy Park).

Marcus was cheering our last day in Peru.

Marcus was cheering our last day in Peru.

We saw a lot of cats. This is a park where kittens and cats are abandoned every day and where a large population of feral cats live.

Cats were everywhere around Kennedy Park.

Cats were everywhere around Kennedy Park.

There is an organization that tries to rescue the newly abandoned cats and find them homes.

Cats were curled up napping in the flower beds.

Cats were curled up napping in the flower beds.

There was a giant red bull in the park.

Peruvians like bulls.

Peruvians like bulls.

And a giant vase.

This vase looked quite weathered.

This vase looked quite weathered.

There was a bust of John F. Kennedy.

Peruvians loved J.F.K.

Peruvians loved J.F.K.

We walked around and took in all the surrounding sights.

It was a beautiful day.

It was a beautiful day.

Marissa wasn't feeling the best as she had a sunburn from a day at the beach on Monday.

Marissa wasn’t feeling the best as she had a sunburn from a day at the beach on Monday.

One of the surrounding streets.

One of the surrounding streets.

There was a cool bike path running alongside the park.

We liked the traffic light for bicyclists.

We liked the traffic light for bicyclists.

We ended our visit to Parque Kennedy by eating cheeseburgers at a little restaurant called, La Luncha. Afterwards, we walked back to our hotel to enjoy a swim in the pool before heading to the airport.

♥ Farewell, Peru! ♥

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