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... generally don't drink on a Sunday) so we headed back to the hotel where we all did a bit of online catching up. First impressions of Arequipa are very good. It seems like a lovely little city, very clean with some really beautiful buildings. The hotel we're staying in is really lovely. It's like an old country house. Feels like you're staying in someone's ...
... ve been a good end to the day had I not been forced to head out and dance. The Temple is the hotspot of Cuscuenian night life. Very much like if you grew up in Durham or Wakefield, you know there is only ONE place that everyone goes to after a certain time and that, my friends, is Temple. Aside from the odiously loud music and the fact that the DJ repeated his song selection on more than one occasion, I enjoyed myself. Yet again, I was the boring English guy retiring early at 3:15am... ...
Day 1 'Carnival time' Arequipa We arrived in Arequipa after a long and uncomfortable night bus (although we did get a film in English)! Arequipa is a beautiful town hidden in the heart of the Andes. We were lucky enough to arrive on Arequipa day which is a big carnival celebrating the heritage and history of Arequipa. We spent 20 sol on some seats at the Carnival and watched the procession go ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking