El Solar de la Macarena

Address: Calle Jerusalen 531, Arequipa, Peru | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Calle Jerusalen 531, Arequipa, is near The Cathedral of Arequipa, La Compañia and cloisters, Casa del Moral, and La Iberica Chocolate Shop.
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      Travel Blogs from Arequipa

      Arequipa to Nazca (or so we thought!)

      A travel blog entry by sanafijioz on Apr 02, 2015

      ... handed in a photocopy of the form to Cruz del Sur and were given the name of a lady (Carmen) at the Cruz del Sur office in Lima-who were are to take it up with! Ben & Charlotte and the Canadians bought a bus ticket straight to Lima. Ankur went to Huacachina. We walked to Paza des Armas in Ica (yes another one!) to find an internet café to contact our parents and to get things sorted, bank cards etc. We were in there for 8 hours! (luckily ...

      Arequipa day 2, slow day

      A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Mar 24, 2015

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      We started the day with a decent sleep in as we had no real plans for the day. We went down and ate breakfast before heading back to the room at 0900. We discussed doing the Arequipa walking tour which takes you to all the main sights of the town, but after looking at the destinations, it seemed easier for us to just do it ourself and not have to spend such a long time on a tour. So we kitted up and head out a bit after 1015. We went straight down to the main ...

      Coca Canyon

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Jan 03, 2015

      ... we went into. It was 5sols just to cross the rope bridge to the complex so I just hung around the other side of the river feeling tired. We also stopped to see llamas, alapacas and pequenos but the novelty of those wore off about a month ago.

      We got back into town around 5:30pm. Whilst the tour was okay enough (a lot of time in a bus) I wouldn't recommend it. It ended up being pretty expensive; with the buffet lunch being 30 sols, and the park entry ...

      Ariquipa

      A travel blog entry by jvince on Oct 26, 2014

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      ... of gold and jewels covering large surfaces of the church. There was a little antechamber and the ceiling had been painted by native artists. This was the high point of the church. The colours were rich, the flora, fauna and cherubs joyous. So much better than grey, brown, bleeding, sorrowful saints. From there we visited a monastery for ,nuns. The rich and Nobel families of the town sent their first born daughter to the monastery at age 13. ( as a first born daughter ...

      Zig Zag

      A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Jun 16, 2014

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      ... cobblestone streets. It was a monastery for the wealthy with the women's families paying 2,000 silver coins for their entry. The women brought along with them a maid and a servant; the new nuns living it up in the style to which they were accustomed. After almost three centuries of these hedonistic goings-on, a strict Dominican nun arrived to straighten things out. The complex remained shrouded in mystery until it was forced open to the pub­lic in 1970. At one time 450 ...