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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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... in these squares. We can confirm that at 6.30am... Arequipa's Plaza de Armas is a serene and stunning sight... Barely a soul around and the huge beautifully colonial cathedral hogs the limelight (albeit under reconstruction following an earthquake in 2008). It reminded us of Sucre's main square, surrounded by colonial buildings and decked with palm trees, many an annoying pigeon and a central fountain... How very European darling! We found our hostel easily, Le Foyer, ...
... the city. Arequipa is known as the “White City”. Before Julius can tell them to “Get out with their white tendencies!", he will be happy to know that they get their name from the buildings around the city. Most are built with the white volcanic rock that was so abundant in the area from the surrounding volcanos. We did not expect a hell of a lot from Arequipa, but were pleasantly surprised as discovered that there is a variety of culinary dishes available ...
... some of Rez's Guinea pig. Today I tried frog smoothie at the market, and Guinea pig. Odd day! Just hanging out at the hotel, Maddie James Rez steph and I are chilling in the lounge area. All doing our own thing with a Liam Neeson movie on hahaha. Really funny. Maddie and I are looking at the zip lining. Off to bed soon, had a great Skype with Ryan finally! Got to see his face. Then a shower and a good ...
... their English.
Next we returned to Plaza de Armas, the main square of the city where Jorge explained about the buildings. First we visited the Jesuit church La Compania. A beautiful church inside and with an external frontage carved with a mix of Inca and Catholic symbolism.
In the Museo Santuario Andinos we saw an exhibition about a young girl who was sacrificed by the ...
... depression in the sand with concrete walls. The desk help at Naylamp did not seem to know what it was. There was a man fishing from the shore with a net. He skillfully held the far end of the net with a rock and the near end by hand. From time to time he would follow the net into the water and retrieve the fish he had caught. Sadly, he also caught a lot of plastic garbage. After a half hour of watching his progress, I asked for ...