- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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After a brief stopover in Lima, I took a flight to Arequipa. Arequipa is a beautiful colonial city not far from Cusco, and the best place to get to the Colca Canyon. My hotel was directly opposite the San Francisco Monastery, a focal point of the city. The Plaza de Armas (as with all cities in Peru)was spectacular - a large open space with a …
So after yet another overnight bus we arrived in Arrequipa, the second largest city in Peru. First impressions of the city were positive, the main square being a particular highlight. We ended up staying in an Irish themed party hostel named Wild Rover and went to a local nightclub on our first night. And full of locals it was! After getting back to the hostel in the early ...
... village café/restaurant for yet another uninspiring Peruvian Breakfast, especially for someone who despises egg, which was made up of bread, jam and a selection of teas. After an unsuccessful stop at ‘Condor Point’ to see some rather shy Condors who clearly didn’t get the memo, we finally made it to our starting point on the edge of the Canyon.
Day 1 was mainly consisting of a quad tightening 4-hour downhill hike to the river at ...
Wow, what has happened to the last few days! Copacabana was a nice bit of relaxation after putting so many miles on the clock, so to speak. Second day there and Karen took off for one of the islands, whilst I ambled around the town. The local church is rather splendid, it's of colonial style, quite simple but with a hint of eastern with its dome at one end. The whole place is painted white. Inside, again simple except for the preaching end which was in all gold and very ...
... blue for public areas, yellow for private areas
and orange for religious areas. The last stop on the tour was a joke where we
pulled into a dirt laneway with the rival buses where the supposed reason was
to view a few nearby Inca terraces. However the real reason was to have a
chance to ride a horse up and back the lane for 10 minutes or to have your
photo taken with some Colca women who had trained falcons to sit on ...