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Cuzco cheap good hotels recommendation Travel Message Boards Latin America  Peru  Helpful contact in Lima David Spiegelberg - 01:41pm Feb 14, 2002 EST My name is David Spiegelberg and I'm employed by the Wisconsin Department of Tourist. I'm always looking for the opportunity to pass on the names of individual in our industry who go the extra mile in the area of customer service. I recently traveled to Peru and met an individual named Cesar Dominguez who works with Peru Tourist. I initially corresponded with Cesar online prior to my departure for South America. He was more than helpful with providing information about travel in his country. He helped me sort through the logistics of my trip prior to my arrival. Cesar was kind enough to meet my plane, arrange transport to my pension, provide a city tour of Lima, and make arrangements for my flight to Cusco. He was extremely friendly and helpful. Surprisingly, he was able to find the lowest airfares, the best value in pensions, and reputable tour companies for both trekking and rafting in the Andes (much of this info was not available in the guide books). Please pass on his name and contact information to anyone who may be traveling to or through Lima. Cesar can be reached at: ++51 1 928 95 164 cesards@infoperuorg.com, cesards@yahoo.com
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Monsignor Clement Connolly from Holy Family Church www.holyfamily.org California (USA) visited Peru in November 2004. Cesar Dominguez and the Office of Tourist Information provided the all the services that Monsignor needed in Lima and Cuzco Safe in Lima Pachacamac Lima Informacion e-bay Peru Info cesardominguez eBay Paypal Andes Andean Life Xoom Peru.com Lonely Planet Peru Frommers Peru Fodors Peru InfoPeru South American Explorers Peru Enjoy Peru go2Peru travel Forum Peru Discussion Board Peru Bulletin Board Peru travelers to Peru Safety in Peru Peru Bolivia Chile Argentina Ecuador Uruguay Paraguay Colombia Venezuela Peru  Flights from USA United States  to Peru South America Gloria Estefan Peru Machu Picchu Unwrapped Hoy http://connect.to/Peru  City Tour of Lima Citytour
Monsignor Clement Connolly from California (USA) visited Peru in November 2004. Cesar Dominguez and the Office of Tourist Information provided all the services that Monsignor needed in Lima and Cuzco
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I was seeking someone who not only speaks English but is attentive, accessible, knowledgeable, reliable and trustworthy. No easy find in a strange country. But for me Cesar Dominguez was the complete answer. I recommend him highly!
I was one of the rare privileged company to make a journey to Machu Picchu. It's one of the wonders of the world, a truly mystical place. Proper travel and accomodation arrangements are critical. I relied on Cesar Dominguez who can be contacted through www.connect.to/Peru. He was new to me. He met me when I arrived at the airport in Lima after midnight, accompanied me to the place where I was staying, arranged the entire journey to cuzco and Machu Picchu.
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help with making other travel arrangements in Peru. He works for a Tourist Information Office in Lima, which has locations all over Peru. Webpage: http://connect.to/Peru E-mails: cesards@infoperuorg.com and cesards@yahoo.com Overall Peru is wonderful and I look forward to going back one day. Any questions, just ask. Jeannine Glista Seattle, WA indigomoon68@hotmail.com Testimonial of Ms. Betty Huber www.ameren.com St. Louis MO USA and her children in Lima-Peru (South America)Cesar Dominguez with Andy and Sarah Huber from St. Louis USA July 2004 citytour of Lima and transfers Safe pick up service Jorge Chavez Airport Hotel Miraflores late night midnight service. Travel Message Boards  Central and South America  Peru Recommendation for Tour Guide Betty Ann 11:22am Jul 22, 2004 EST I recently sent my two teenage children to Peru to study Spanish. While the instruction they received was good, the school failed to provide many services that they had agreed to provide and for which I had paid. One of these services was escorting them while in Lima. When my children were scheduled to return to Lima, I was faced with the dilemma of how to safely occupy their time between the bus trip and their return flight. Having seen Cesar Dominguez’ posts in the Lonely Planet Thorn Tree South
Information for Female Solo Traveler in Peru Recommendation and Testimonial  Lima Cuzco Puno Arequipa Iquitos Ica Cruising South America. Great Trip as Female Solo Traveler in Peru South America Jeannine Glista - 03:47am Oct 20, 2004 EST Guest User I just returned from traveling Peru on my own for two weeks, and had an incredible time. The people of Peru are very friendly, especially if you make an effort to communicate with them. I arrived in Lima, and had arranged for a guided tour of the city, with a young man who I found on the Internet named Cesar Dominguez. He had given tours of Lima to several Americans who indicated he was very trustworthy. Cesar was very professional, prompt, spoke excellent English, and was very knowledgeable about his country. I would highly recommend him -- either for a tour of Lima, or to
Ms. Jeannine Glista from Seattle-Washington (USA) visited Peru as a Female Solo Traveler in September 2004
I spent a night in Vina del Mar, Chile, before boarding the ship. Hotel O'Higgins is a nice, older hotel, and you can't beat its location on the main square. For two persons, it cost $75 for two beds and a private bath. In Arica, Chile, we went to a very good restaurant which served the best Chilean beef I've ever had. El Arriero is on the main pedestrian mall. Two of us had salad, a main beef course with a side dish and wine for under $25. It also has a nice crafts market. The ship docks at Manta, Ecuador. A great contact in Lima is Cesar Dominguez (e-mail cesards@ yahoo.com or cesards@hotmail.com or visit http://connect.to/peru). He works for the tourist authority at the airport, and on his days off he will meet you at your ship or hotel and show you around the city. He is very knowledgeable and speaks English very well. He loves his city and country and it shows.
Cesar charges for gas and then whatever you feel is fair to pay. I paid him what the going rate was on the pier ($ per person plus a tip, and we bought him lunch). He also will make any other arrangements you may need in Peru. Check out his website. LAURA LORMAN Sunnyvale, CA West Valley Mission College Laura_Lorman@wvmccd.cc.ca.us
The original cabin had a porthole, and with the stateroom I got a large window with a beautiful view of a lifeboat. That didn't bother me one bit because I spend very little time in the cabin; I would have been just as happy with an inside cabin. My traveling companion really wanted the sun to shine in, however, and she was happy with the lifeboat view. This was a repositioning cruise, which, if you have the time, is the best way to spend your sailing dollars. You get to visit ports that aren't on the regular itineraries and you get to enjoy a longer cruise with all the same entertainment and amenities. (An added incentive on cruises from/to South America is you get to cross the equator.)
They called about every hour while they were in Cesar’s care. They accompanied Cesar to his grandfather’s birthday party (one of the highlights of their Lima tour). They saw the Peruvian Art Museum (designed by Eiffel) The Justice Palace and walked around the "Plaza San Martin”. They went to the San Francisco Convent and visited the Catacombs. They also went to Miraflores and the beach. They said the Cesar spoke excellent English, explaining many vivid details and highlights about Lima and Peruvian history. Cesar even helped them negotiate the confusion at the airport, staying with them until they went through airport security. If you are in Lima and need an excellent English-speaking driver/guide, I can whole-heartedly endorse Cesar Dominguez. You can contact Cesar through his home page http://connect.to/Peru or his e-mails are: cesards@hotmail.com, cesards@yahoo.com Testimonial of a Celebrity Zenith Cruise female solo traveler in Lima-Peru Cesar Dominguez provided city tour and tour services to Ms. Laura Lorman and friend when they arrived to the port of Callao Lima-Peru in the Celebrity Zenith Cruise April 2003 Zenith cruise from Chile - Traveler's Intercom: readers' opinions, tips & recommendations International Travel News,  Dec, 2003  by Laura Lorman Save a personal copy of this article and quickly find it again with Furl.net. Get started now. (It's free.)I took a cruise from Santiago, Chile, to New York City on Celebrity's Zenith, April 9-26, '03. The ship was top-notch and the service very good. I would sail with Celebrity again.I got an excellent price of $1,299 for an outside stateroom. The stateroom was a free upgrade because I had signed up for their repeat program (free of charge).
American bulletin board, I sent him an email asking for his recommendations of a safe and reliable driver to pick them up from the bus station, tour Lima for several hours and then take them to the airport. He suggested that he be their driver/guide for their stay in Lima. I was very nervous about any arrangement I would make with a private driver who I had not met personally, but we exchanged several emails and Cesar devised a method to allow me to check on my children while in his care. Cesar did everything he agreed to do while accompanying my children in Lima. He picked them up at the bus station; in fact he was at the bus station about an hour early in the off chance that the bus was ahead of schedule. As soon as my children arrived in Lima, they called me.
Cesar Dominguez with Andy and Sarah Huber from St. Louis USA July 2004
Cesar Dominguez provided city tour and tour services to Ms. Laura Lorman and friend when they arrived to the port of Callao Lima-Peru in the Celebrity Zenith Cruise April 2003
Hello travelers from all over the world!
My name is
Cesar Dominguez and I was born and raised in Lima-Peru.
Here I'm visiting
The New Seven Wonder of the World: Machu Picchu!
It is near the city of
Cuzco, capital of the great Inca Empire!
I work for the
Tourist Information Bureau here in Lima, and we have a counter near the international arrival gates at Jorge Chavez International Airport (Lima-Peru)
I have had the wonderful opportunity to visit most of my beautiful country including:
Cuzco, Puno, Arequipa, Nazca, Ica, Pisco, Puerto Maldonado and Iquitos.
In this my brand new homepage I'm going to start to give you some hints and information about my country and my people.
I want you to feel welcome in Peru!
Free Tourist Information counters are located at the International Arrival Gates of the Jorge Chavez Intl. Airport. I work --mostly-- the overnight shift since most of the International flights arrive late at night.
We help travelers find
cheap domestic flight reservations all over Peru, book safe accomodation according to their nice budget and to put them in contact with a reliable and licensed tour operator to hike the Inca trail for instance.
Ms. Pamela Fulton from Texas (USA) receiving her confirmed different internal flight tickets February 2004
Here I am in the main square of Lima (Plaza Mayor) with some traveling friends from USA.
The Cathedral of Lima is right behind us.
A very historic area!
In the last
five years I've been involved in the Host and Welcoming industry I have made many friends from all over the world (USA, UK, Australia, Germany, Italy, Holland, Brasil, Canada, Japan, Switzerland, Belgium, Hong Kong, Mexico, Norway, Belgium, etc. )
I like to have friends from all over the world and to help them in anything and everything they might need during their staying in Peru.
My motto is
"Treat others as I would like to be treated"
Don't hesitate to contact me.
I'd be happy to hear from you.
Cesar Dominguez
A Peruvian Young Man of Honor!
Lima, Peru 2009
cesards@infoperuorg.com, cesards@yahoo.com
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The following are few of the most recent Testimonials from some nice travelers that contacted me online between years 2003 and 2007 for some help in their visiting to Peru please click on the link for reading their experience that they kindly posted and shared in some Message Boards and Bulletin Boards once they returned to their countries with nice memories of my dear country Peru!
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