Enjoy the warmth of a South American interior in this comfortable and cheerful bedroom, harmoniously
decorated with artful tiles and painted in bright sunny colors. The room is centrally located right
off the common room and features a spacious private bath, as well as a Spanish-style fireplace.
Although in life he was a troubled man and a closeted homosexual, he found little comfort in the embrace of those available to him. Nobody has frozen the emotion of love quite like the Peruvian surrealist César Moro (1903-1956). His words echo the full emotional spectrum while maintaining a stylistic and thematic unity that can appeal to all walks of life. Moro was also a painter. True to the surrealist dismissal of a literary career, Moro did not push himself, didn't care about his poet's prestige, his sales or his posterity.