Arequipa Hostel Tambo Viejo B&B

Address: Avenida Mariscal Caceres 107, Arequipa, Peru | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Avenida Mariscal Caceres 107, Arequipa, is near The Cathedral of Arequipa, Monasterio de la Recoleta, La Iberica Chocolate Shop, and Sachaca.
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    Travel Blogs from Arequipa

    Arequipa and Colca Canyon

    A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Jul 20, 2014

    24 photos

    ... was as always full of rubbish but had a great view of the surrounding volcanos. For lunch we found a nice place down a little old fashion side street that cars can not go down. Unfortunately some buskers started up at almost the same time as the fire siren, and when they came asking for money we had to let them down because we couldn't hear them at all. That afternoon we went home and crashed for a few hours before making our way back to the pedestrian mall for ...

    Arequipa

    A travel blog entry by varney on Jun 06, 2014

    7 photos

    From Puno we headed south to Arequipa (Cruz del Sur, 6h, PEN59).
    Arequipa's old town is a Unesco World Heritage site, same as Cusco. Again here there are a lot of fantastically maintained colonial buildings, which always makes for a great place just to wander around in.
    We stayed at Hostel El Remanso (US$29, no heating) which has a great rooftop ...

    Arequipa and Huacachina

    A travel blog entry by ellen.jermy on Apr 11, 2014

    7 photos

    ... a few rooms for people to stay in at the back..we ate their every morning, luinch and night and it looked like so did everyone else! Our first night we went out with one of the staff called 'Migga'..really hard to get that right sometimes. We ended up sampling the whole cocktail list of another place which I won't repeat the name of because it's very rude, 'Huaca*******china.' Stupidly the next day we had booked onto a wine and pisco tour (pisco is ...

    Vomiting over Nasca and following the condors!

    A travel blog entry by humpooper on Jan 11, 2014

    39 photos

    ... from the Panamerican Highway. In 1997, the majority of the scattered bones and plundered pottery were restored to the tombs. The tombs were built for family groups and the bodies are so remarkably preserved (including hair and some soft tissue!) due mainly to the dry climate in the Peruvian Desert but the funeral rites were also a contributing factor. The bodies were clothed in embroidered cotton and then painted with a resin and kept in purpose-built tombs made from mud ...