Hotel Casona Solar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Casona Solar Arequipa
Awesome huge room which resembles something we would see in Old Montreal or in France if it were smaller. It seems that the stone walls are over a meter thick, like some old fortress.
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... for a little while and took in the view across the city. We also learned that in 2001, the bell tower we were playing on, fell through the roof and into the Cathedral. This was following an earthquake, narrowly missing a congregation of worshippers who had been in the cathedral just minutes earlier. Six people in the city were not so fortunate, and died from other things falling on them.
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... des Armas). The lady handed us over to her ‘friend’ who also had no ID
and opened the ‘office’ door by reaching through a broken window:/ Bought our tickets and asked to sign the book as proof of purchase-you can never be too sure. Walked to Pacha Mama and checked into our room. Had wood-fired pizza in the hostel restaurant-yum. We both said this ...
... when we came back to the hotel after dinner I was checking Facebook when I spotted a story that there was a likelihood that Michaela McCollum would be transferred to a prison in Northern Ireland. To my shame I had thought that she was in Colombia but in fact she is two and half hours outside Lima. A sobering end to our very pleasant day as, ironically, we had been sniffed at in the airport by the kind of dogs that were part of her downfall. ...
... to counter balance the steep angle of decent as the man led me very fast down! I was so pleased that I made it to the bottom in one piece, but when I got off my knees were still wobbly, probably now from fear! Down at the bottom of the canyon was like a paradise with Palm trees and swimming pools. We went for a short walk to a bridge and got great views of being down inside the canyon. We had a lovely dinner together and then went to bed early, feeling very ...
... and the description of the circumstances and rituals of the sacrifice made the visit much more palatable than I had expected. The emphasis on the use of sacrifice to appease the mountain Gods was interesting, and the privilege of Juanita being chosen to be sacrificed was described at length and very carefully. Juanita was discovered after an eruption melted the ice on the volcano, allowing an American-led team to discover the grave and its ...