Dreams Hotel Boutique
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... research, being the nerd that I am, it’s likely some stories are hearsay, while others are based on fact, as with a lot of history. He told us one story about the bullet holes that can still be seen in the clock tower of the cathedral. During the time that Arequipa was fighting for independence, they would shoot the tower bell to alert people of incoming attacks. One guy had such a bad aim that he hit the clock twice instead. The people were so proud of this revolt ...
... of rally or F1 race and over take on cliff sides. Really want to give each and everyone of them a slap. Maybe its because i have been to the grand canyon but to me it wasnt really that impressive, the peru hop and tour guides fairly know how to butter something up. Again the tour guide spoke of a massive walk. Basically we got dropped off at a view point and left there to see the condors which was alright for an hour then he came got us and ...
Arrived early morning on overnight bus. To our hotel for breakfast. Bags into storage and then off on walk around town. Dropped in laundry at same day place, 3 sole per kilo. Museo santaurios Andinos, where we watched a documentary about the finding of the sacrificed Incan children on mount ampato. Following an eruption in 1989 and subsequent thawing of the ice cap the frozen body of a young girl was found. She was about 12 or 13 years old. ...
... the Chili River and again had great views of the volcanoes. The bridge used to divide the city and only certain people were allowed in downtown, common/indigenous people were not allowed across the bridge.
We walked back up from the river towards the town centre and entered through a small door to a big 'tumbo' which now houses 25 families. Tumbos used to be hostels ...
... The hostel we stayed in was quite nice with a couple of TV rooms, hammocks, pool table etc. The next day Tom, Rowan, Sean and I went rock climbing. We got to the tour place in the morning and were given the option of cycling the 11km to the rock climbing or getting a taxi. We decided to bike which was pretty hard in the end as it was 6km uphill and the ...