I can't think of a more magical evening than a dinner outside on the patio of the Huaca Pucllana, looking out on the lighted ruins of a 1500-year-old adobe pyramid. In the year we spent in Lima, we always took visitors there on the last night of their visit, usually after spending the day in the Museo Larco so they could first get an idea of where the Lima civilization fit into the other pre-Incan civilizations. We loved the green and white asparagus appetizer and the skewers of paiche, and Amazonian fish that breathes air and grows to enormous size.
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