Program for Companions

sábado, 16 de marzo de 2013

Jardines exteriores Museo Larco Herrera

Sala principal Museo Larco Herrera

Centro de Lima. Revista Panadería y Pastelería

Sunday, November 17th

19:00 hWelcome cocktail offered by the U.S. Wheat Associates
Terrace, Los Delfines Hotel & Casino

Monday, November 18th

10:30 hVisit to Larco Museum - Sponsored by Alapala
Founded in 1926; the impressive galleries show in chronological order an excellent overview of 3,000 years of development in the history of pre-Columbian Peru.
Surrounded by beautiful gardens, it is located in a unique colonial mansion from the 18th Century, which was itself built on a 7th Century pre-Columbian pyramid.
It features the finest gold and silver collection from ancient Peru, as well as textiles and ceramics.
13:00 hLunch at the Café of the Larco Museum offered by Alapala
Located on the terrace of the museum’s beautiful gardens, the restaurant has a privileged view of the pre-Columbian pyramid and the colonial mansion that houses the Larco Collection. The interior architecture was commissioned to renowned architect Jordi Puig who set this new space so that you may feel like you are on a colonial country terrace.
15:00 - 18:00 hVisit to Larcomar- Sponsored by Alapala
Commercial and tourist center of the district of Miraflores, privileged spot from which to enjoy a spectacular view of the Pacific Ocean
20:00 hDinner hosted by Cargill
Casa Prado, Miraflores

Tuesday, November 19th

09:00 – 12:30 hCity Tour- Sponsored by Alapala
Colonial Lima
The Viceroyalty of Peru was the most important of the Spanish Empire and Lima was its capital. The highlights of its historic center are the architecture and the urban design of the period, in old streets lined with colonial mansions with Moorish style balconies. The tour includes the Paseo de la Republica, Plaza San Martin and Plaza Mayor, with their distinctive buildings:
the Government Palace, the Archbishop's Palace, the Cathedral and the Municipal Palace.
This will be followed by a tour of the monumental Convent of San Francisco, which holds the largest exhibition of colonial religious art in America. You will admire the Choir Room and the Monks' Library and the Sacristy with its collection of paintings by Zurbaran and Rivera. Also the Grand Patio of the Main Cloister, finely decorated with Seville tiles from the 16th Century, its beautiful Moorish arches and the subterranean crypts known as the Catacombs, where you feel the presence of the colonial past.
Contemporary Lima
A view of the more traditional residential areas in the capital: the Olivar of San Isidro and Barranco.
12:45 hGroup photo of participants at the event and their companions
Mezzanine, Delfines Hotel & Casino
13:00 hLunch hosted by Buhler
Terrace, Delfines Hotel & Casino
15:00 - 18:00 hShopping tour
Indian Market, Miraflores
20:00 hDinner hosted by the CWB and the Canadian International Grains Institute
Cala Restaurant, Barranco

Wednesday, November 20th

13:00 hClosing Lunch offered by the
American Association of Industrial Millers and the
Wheat Mills Committee of the National Society of Industries
Mamacona Hacienda, Lurin
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