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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Hosteria Arequipa
Another beautiful hotel located in an historic building opposite the monastery. Lovely courtyard, friendly staff, good breakfast. Rooms are spacious and comfortable. Great location close to main square and restaurants.
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My eleven hour overnight trip was a breeze – the first class seats I'd upgraded to reclined to almost flat, so I had a fairly decent sleep through the night. Arrived late morning at my hotel – another great find opposite the monastery.
After settling in and admiring the courtyard of my hotel, I headed into the centre and …
Efter 9 timer på den panamerikanske motorvej, der blev til 10, sparsomt med søvn og lettere stive ben, blev vi lidt over 8 mødt af vores guide, som med effektivitet og insisteren fik fremskaffet vores bagage. Kort efter ramte vi vores oase af et hotel, der fik ekstra pluspoint ved at starte med at opgradere os til et bedre væ …
... die for. It is more pricey than other restaurants but worth it just to experience modern Peruvian cuisine.
Next day we make our way to the Colca Canyon, it'll take 4 hours apparently to get to the nearest town of Chivay, where we will spend the night. It really takes 6 because we stop off everywhere on the way to gawk at the wild Guanacos (similar to a llama, but less fur), buy tonnes of alpaca scarves, hats, socks and jumpers from ...
... guided tour, thankfully in English, and is dedicated to the finds of an expedition on Mount Ampato, high in the Andes. The most famous exhibit is ’Juanita’, or the Inca Ice Maiden, or Lady of Ampato. Juanita, whose preserved body is the finale of the tour, was an Incan child sacrifice. (Avid blog readers will remember that we saw previously the remains of a child sacrifice in Salta, northern Argentina.) The exhibit itself is not as grisly as one ...
... us all the way lay underneath our table. We named him ŽLoyalŽ. There were around thirty of us dining at once, each with a well deserved beer. The land owners grazed their horses on the grass by the oasis and there sheep and chickens wandered around our feet. After some good socialising we were in bed before 9. Loyal was scratching at our huts all night, we were so tempted to let him in. The wake up call was 5am for the next morning where we would ascend from here to ...