Casa Andina Private Collection Arequipa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Andina Private Collection Arequipa
Fascinating hotel that has great courtyards.
Rooms are big with king size beds and baths. Very clean
Staff are incredibly friendly and helpful.
Situated right in the middle of town yet it seems very quite
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...so we said our goodbyes, and swapped email addresses, checked in and collected our Galapagos passport stamps. I then sat down (in the executive lounge no less) and awaited a flight to back to the mainland. The schedule was very tight - fly into Guayaquil, collect bags, and then check in for the next flight for Lima which was due to …
Ah the overnight bus trip . Left Nazca 9pm arrived Arequipa at around 8.30. Never done an overnighter before but must say the bus was very reasonable. Seats reclined well and great footrest.......but it is no comfy bed. Cruz del sur is obviously the best of pretty good bus services in Peru....bus terminals here are like airports including passports …
Early breakfast at 7:30 in a beautiful courtyard.
Elias picked us up and took us on a walking tour of the ccity we went to the local market which was great. The roof was designed by Gustav Eiffel ( who also built the famous tower)
In the market you could buy anything. It was split into the various sections selling meat, fish vegetables, …
Started the day in Lima. It's Fiona's birthday so we gave her a present and card at breakfast. Went for a walk to the beach.The beach at Miraflores is about 200 ft below the cliffs. Initially had difficulty finding a way down but eventually we found some steps and used them as training for the rest of the holiday. The pier was closed so we headed …
... stuff to visitors,it was the correct decision!).
The complex covers an area of some 20,000 m2,most of which is open to visitors. The current complement on nuns is housed in a separate, new part of the convent which is off limits. We explore all the parts of the convent, from the comparatively basic and ascetic novices quarters to the more ornate and elaborate chapels.
A great way to spend a few hours but I do feel that the 35 soles (approx $14) is a bit steep, but ...