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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Bolivar Arequipa
Bathroom not clean at all, looked like it had been more than a day or two...
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Travel Blogs from Arequipa
... carved structure made in Belgium and brought all
the way to here in the 19th century. We got a taxi from our hostel
and thanked the old lady who had been so helpful and travelled to the other
side of town to the bus station. There was one nervous moment in this journey
where we were caught in a very heavy traffic jam in a very narrow laneway and
there were a group of seedy looking men stopped just near our window. ...
... places, a lookout for the volcanoes, a church which was in the middle of conducting Sunday mass, tried a locally made ice-cream and had a look at some shops before it was time to head off to lunch. Jhonatan took us to this local restaurant and the food was amazing. After lunch it was time to head off to our hotel for the night and have a siesta, before heading out for our afternoon tour of the city. The city tour ...
... very stressing!!'. - We walked to an artisan market and grabbed noodles to eat which we ate beside the river. - Said bye to Diegs and went to a roof top cafe in the square for a milkshake and to watch the sunset and the view. - Almost missed our bus to Cucso - can't believe it as soon as we split up from the slowest boys in the ...
... sunset, that descends on Arequipa, you have to watch it from a roof. So Restaurant On The Top was the perfect place to drink Pisco Sours and admire the red/orange glow behind the Cathedral and over the main Plaza. As it gets a bit nippy up there, the waitors will dress you in an alpaca poncho, this with the live panpipes will warm you up straight away. Afterwards, dinner in Restaurant named Tanta was utterly delicious and the Apple ...
... to call time on the party. Slaves and servants were freed, while the nuns were required to play by the rules, or move on. Today, around 30 nuns remain in the northern area of the monastery, which at it's peak housed up to 500 (plus guests).
Despite missing our opportunity to drive to Canon del Colca as a quartet, when Legs and Lungs departed for Cuzco, Beard and Blonde made the 4-hour bus ride North to the hills, valleys and greenery of the Colca Canyon.