Casa Andina Private Collection Arequipa
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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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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What a spectacular day, yesterday. Up early, yet again, for the bumpy journey along the mountain side of the Colca valley where we could seen the beautiful agricultural fields and pre inca terraces. The journey took us high above the canyon where there was a viewing point looking way down into the canyon. We arrived about 7.45am and it was pretty …
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... between Chile, Bolivia and Peru over bird poo... We also saw some other sites such as the Christ statue, electric cross made from pylon parts and some of the shanty towns before heading out of Lima to have lunch on a beach. After lunch on day one we visited a colonial mansion which has tunnels underneath to the ocean used to traffic slaves. We actually went into these tunnels and it's not a very nice feeling (small too). We ended the day in Paracas, a town on the coast which has ...
... which had become white from the conversion of body-fat into adipocere.
Studies of the corpse had shown that Juanita had been given a strong sedative on an empty stomach, in order to put her to sleep before she was killed by a sharp blow to the head, just above the right eyebrow. The body was fully clothed and the material was also well preserved.
We also saw displayed various other items of clothing, jewellery, bowls and ...
... 3,000 metres. The bus ride, though long, was much less scary and quite spectacular. We dropped down from the mountain passes into the valley at the head of Colca Canyon. Colca is the second deepest canyon in the world - at 4,000 metres from top to bottom it is twice as deep as the Grand Canyon (though the sides aren’t as vertical).
At Chivay, the small transit town for the area, a couple of official-looking people got on the ...