Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Museo Larco: Landscaping

The Museo Larco was the one good thing we found about Lima, at last so far. (We'll give Lima another chance at the end of our stay in South America). The collection is of historic significance. But the grounds and landscaping are wonderful, as are the restaurant and the museum of sexual artifacts (later posts).
Entrance to the block-size compound

Bouganvilleas everywhere

All colors and sizes

Entrance to the museum itself

Cacti, bromeliads, etc.

Grounds, looking toward the restaurant

And more bouganvillea

In the restaurant, 10-12 foot hanging ferns


Ditto in better light

Largest staghorn fern ever

We don't close many bars, but we have closed a few museums,
especially good ones

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