Hotel Asturias

Address: Calle Ugarte 211, Arequipa, Peru | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle Ugarte 211, Arequipa, is near Monastery of Santa Catalina (Monasterio de Santa Catalina), Chachani, Monasterio de la Recoleta, and Sachaca.
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    Travel Blogs from Arequipa

    Nuns and Pisco Sours galore in la ciudad blanca!

    A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Oct 23, 2015

    57 photos

    ... but thought it was still worth selling us tickets), as did the others, we were all so angry, as what had we been doing all afternoon other than waiting for this bus?! Grrrr. The Swedes were particularly worried, as their Inca Trail trek was only three days away, so they urgently had to get to Cusco. Josh and I luckily could be more flexible, but we were still frustrated with the bus company for selling us the tickets in the first place... We could've caught a bus ...

    Day 31: Ice Ice Lady

    A travel blog entry by gregros on Aug 27, 2015

    4 photos

    ... consisting of beef, alpaca and duck. I started with asparagus and then had an alpaca steak. We washed it down with pisco sours and a red wine from the Tacama region. Alpaca was very nice and light... I would definitely recommend it. I finished with a Peruvian chocolate mousse, but Greg didn't have a dessert. The restaurant was very nice and the menu had swiss influences as there was several fondues on offer. Ricardo had arranged for us to be cocktail makers at ...

    Arequipa-Aug 19 & 20

    A travel blog entry by febailey on Aug 19, 2015

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... is a special freezing compartment at a museum in Arequipa. Also on display are ritual items that were buried with these bodies. No photos allowed at this exhibit. The San Camillo Markets covers several blocks. Here the locals can have a meal, purchase food and household items and even get a lizard poultice for a sore leg. Had fun exploring this market and mingling with the people. Natives of Peru, llamas, alpacas, and ...

    Good Sports

    A travel blog entry by ktowell on Jul 09, 2015


    ... drove out of the parking garage and took a right up
    a hill heading away from the city center.

    “We are going to drive to a hill to look at a view of the
    city,” Roxanna announced. “It’s

    We looked at each other in despair. It was dark.
    What kind of view can someone see in the dark? And we were so tired. And so full. And so tired.

    “I know you’re tired”, Roxanna ...

    From Bolivia to Peru

    A travel blog entry by curto on Nov 30, 2014

    28 photos

    ... here.
    While in Arequipa the magic of FB came to the fore, as it had turned out I had known a friend and I were on a collision course in SA as he was coming South and I, North. So, Ant, a mate I'd worked with in London 2010, and also made the trip to Chernobyl with, and I managed to catch up for a couple of froths and a meal, and also we discovered he and Hannah, his GF, would be on the same trip to Macchu Picchu as us, so we would be catching up a little more along the ...