the streets were lined with old houses that made me feel like i was in the old-timey french quarter of new orleans.
while walking along the beach, we made our way over to the neighboring district of barranco. it’s known for it’s architecture, as it was the home of many of the french and italian immigrants. now it is just full of ceviche restaurants and to a more relaxed bohemian feel than the rest of of its neighbors.
we grabbed some ceviche at canta rana, which had the best ceviche i have ever had. the atmosphere of the restaurant was a delightful change of pace as well.
i loved the delightful little library in the town plaza.