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 …
... Ecopackers with a comedy fall down the stairs onto my bum and then had to be helped up again as couldn't get up with backpack on. Headed to Cruz del Sur bus station where bumped into Katy who I shared a room with for the first two days of my home stay. Got overnight bus to Arequipa which was very smart, individual TV's, a meal delivered to your reclining chair. Slept fairly well although the constant slowing down and lurching up and down made me realise just ...
... going into the monastery there were lots of rumours of un-nun like behaviour and a baby's Skelton being found encased in the walls, but this was strongly denied. It's a mazy labyrinth of small rooms, corridors, and court yards and its easy to get lost, it feels like you walking back in time when you find yourself in one of the smaller back rooms with the old furniture and paintings on the wall. There was a small earthquake while we were in Arequipa, we were told ...
... and trek back up, drive to Chivay for some thermal bath action and the get back to Arequipa the day after they left.
Although we wanted to do a similar route, we wanted to spread our time over three days. So we got up at a reasonable hour, breakfasted at a nice little baguetterie (there seems to be a lot of French influence in Arequipa) and hopped on the local collectivo for 13 Soles. Actually hopped on is not quite right. The only bus that ...