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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Texao Arequipa
10km buiten het stadscentrum. Zeer net. Gezellige zithoekjes.
We kunnen de huurwagen stallen binnen het hotelcomplex.
De kamer is pico bello in orde, we hebben zelfs een koelkast.
Er is TV en wifi. Een voortreffelijk eigen sanitair, met warm water.
Ontbijt is inbegrepen in de prijs.
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Woeste verhalen over wegbarricades, brandende autobanden en met stenen gooiende lelijkaards doen ons vrezen morgen niet in Arequipa te geraken. Nochtans staat dat op ons programma, en autisten halen alles uit de kast om daar niets aan te moeten wijzigen.
Ik sta op om 3u15 na gedroomd te hebben over een stukgegooide voorruit en …
... about 1pm. As we are catching a night bus tonight to Cusco, we do not have a hotel. The Hostel Arequipa Inn where we previously stayed allowed us to leave our back packs there and camp out in their lounge area whilst we waited for our bus. Greg and I took advantage of the PCs to check our email and Facebook. I finally got to properly see all the birthday messages I had received which was nice. We thought about doing a city walking tour ...
... preserved due to the ice temperatures of the mountain for 500 years. The Incas believed that mountains were the gods and volcanic eruptions were a sign of their anger at the Incas. To appease the god they offered up a human life, one maybe more, but it would be a young life, innocent and untouched it was seen as the ultimate sacrifice. It would be an important person, a princess for example this was established due to clothing, artefacts etc all found at the grave and ...
... before, her father is in jail.
Anyway, at the protest, Sally and I made friends with a wizened, older man, dressed in a black sweater tucked into black jeans, wearing a white straw hat and cowboy boots. His sparkling eyes beamed out of his little face. We could tell he wanted to chat. He asked us if we thought the protest was a good thing, or a bad thing. We said we didn’t know. He asked if we had such things in our country, ...
... before dinner I am catching up on the blogs as we have been really busy and last night was a late night but the Marriott did not give us free wifi.
The hotel we are staying at is a historical site which was renovated but the front and the reception are really nice. Also, I mentioned in a previous blog that this is the first time that APT tours are visiting Arequipa so we hopefully will be given a good ...