La Casa De Zarela
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Casa De Zarela Huaraz
Great facilities and lovely staff. Only negative is not their fault really. About every two or three weeks at the weekend there is a party venue next door which hosts loud bands from the afternoon to the small hours. Aside from that it's perfect.
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Alone in Huaraz
Since the last entry we travelled to Chiquian to our guides house. Two hours and half as they say in Peru. It was a couple of hundred year old rammed earth house and our room had a dirt floor, it was an experience and a good one. Spent the afternoon and next morning buying more provisions after a provisioning morning …
The overnight bus from Lima to Huaraz not only had reclining seats and leg-rests but also served hot drinks and sandwiches! It dropped us off the next morning in the Huaraz Plaza de Armas (thanks to the Spanish, there is a Plaza de Armas in virtually every town and city in Peru) where we were met by a taxi that took us to La Casa de Zarela. Zarela …
here we are back again in the civilization of Lima to report from three days in the wilderness of the Cordillera Blanca where we were hiking the Santa Cruz Trek.
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