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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 …
... several other children have since been found in the same region, sacrificed in the same manner. But Juanita is the best preserved. Although her face was exposed to the ice, the rest of her body was safely wrapped, and has been preserved perfectly. Looking at her arms was like looking at any living little girls arms. Standing next to her and staring into her sightless eyes was an incredibly eerie experience. The more time I spend in Peru, the more fascinated and creeped out I get by the ...
... a tour to Colca, not just for the expense
and my loathing of following around like sheep, but didn’t seem necessary –
booked one way transport, with a stop to see the Condors, for 30s.
Unfortunately was going to miss breakfast and some sleep as 3am collection.
Went about 5pm to the Monasterio de Santa Catalina as had
heard it’s great for rooftop sunset and candlelit cells/atmosphere. It was
lovely, beautifully built ...
... meals we've made so many times back in Canada. Although cooking familiar foods has been nice, one of the highlights of our week was taking a Peruvian cooking class. The class was put on in the main floor kitchen of the house that we are staying in by our landlord's aunt. She was a Peruvian woman who had been making these recipes all her life and who as it turned out didn't speak a word of English. It doesn't get much more authentic than that. We were ...