Hostal Real San Felipe
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Real San Felipe Arequipa
nice, clean but no windows in room and you cant be large to fit in the bathroom
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... in the city centre and the traditional square with lots of people sat in it. We were based just 2 blocks from this, so we got a taxi there as it's a fixed price to the square, and then walked up the street to Wild Rover. The Wild Rover in Arequipa has a few communal areas with the rear containing a tiny pool and pool bar. Max and I spent most of the day camped there, chilling out and chatting with Grainne who had arrived after us. Her Irish Rachel that we'd met ...
... where we went to a crepery which had over 100 different varieties of crepes...yum! (We had a Roquefort and pear crepe and a banana and caramel one to chase it.) We also visited the Santa Catalina Monastery, which is the most important and prestigious religious building in Peru. They describe it as a 'city within a city' and it was incredibly peaceful and quiet; away from the hustle and bustle of Arequipa. On Sunday we were picked up around 3.30am for our 2 day/1 night Colca ...
... quite comfortable rooms many with
their own courtyard kitchens including bread ovens in addition to the massive
The cells seemed to all have the
names of women over the entrances so looks more like a nunnery and a very
relaxing tranquil place with little green courtyards & fountains. There was
running water in places, for the outdoor laundry tubs, which I thought at first
were baths until I saw the swimming ...
... jacket. For me with hot water bottle and the stolen blanket, I was too warm to sleep at the beginning. Later on Freddie got better with the blanket cover inside sleeping bag. However we still could not sleep. Altitude maybe. Struggle struggle ...
... the Museum of Juanita where we saw the frozen remains of an Inca girl who was sacrificed at the top of one of the volcanoes. As a result of a neighbouring volcano eruption which sent ash over the next volcano and uncovered the grave which had been covered in snow for over 500 years.
Off out tonight to a restaurant called ZigZag. Guinea pig is not on the menu!!!!
Arequipa is a really beautiful place, well worth a ...