Hotel Casona Solar
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- 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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... instead we arrived after ten. Everything was closed and we hadn't booked a hostel. We explained our predicament in very poor Spanish to a taxi driver. He bundled our luggage into his car and took us to a lovely hotel which was way beyond our budget. More discussions and bless him he brought us to a lovely little affordable hostel. It was after midnight now, but the doorman told us where we could get food only a couple of streets away, so we headed off to a wonderful little ...
... the local traditions as well as regular Christian symbolism. Therefore you can see carvings of potato plants, corn and local animals as well as crosses etc. Inside is a magnificent gold leaf Altar, with similar artwork. Most interesting is a painting of the Last Supper, done in the Peruvian School style, where the Saints are of mixed races, they sit at a round table rather than the iconic rectangular. The food and drink is of a local variety, including Cuy (Guinea Pig), Corn, ...
... turning the lights on when i get up and blasting slayer. Things for the 21st century backpacker are easier now with wifi and the internet. You can plan your next move and book into a hostel on your phone. However Wild rovers internet is down, had to go oldish school and use their PC to book my hostel for Cusco which is called Ecobackpackers. Situated in a 300 year old house in the old town it looks more like my kinda thing. Whilst sorting ...
Started the city tour this morning at Mirador de Carmen Alto with a lovely view of the three main volcanos- Chachani (6,075m), Misti (5,825m), and Pichu Pichu (5,664m). We then walked through some of the side streets and visited two of the churches. Most churches are closed to tourists for Easter but La Compania was still open to view. We finished the tour with a visit to the Museo de Santuarios ...
... mountain that we just walked, villagers walked that almost daily, up and down, using Donkies to carry there goods to the nearest Roads to trade and sell. Some of these farmers were nearly 70 years old, and its shameful to say, they would whoop our asses in any fitness competition.... Thats their way of life!
David cut our lunch short afraid that we might get caught in the afternoon rain if we hung around much longer. Leaving the other groups behind (this was ...