La Maison d' Elise

Ave Bolognesi 104, Arequipa, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ave Bolognesi 104, Arequipa, is near Plaza de Armas, Yanahuara, and Instituto Cultural Peruano Norteamericano.
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    Travel Blogs from Arequipa

    Colca canyon

    A travel blog entry by saralouisekelly on Jun 18, 2014

    1 comment, 126 photos

    ... of chivay on our bikes, it was from here that we started our decent down into the canyon. After an hour and a half of going down the steep steps my knees began to shake and weaken...... Luckily a man who was coming down the mountain with mules asked me if I wanted to ride one. I immediately said "si por favor!", not realising that once on the mule it would be REALLY scary! I was gripping on for dear life to the front and back of the saddle and leaning ...

    The White City

    A travel blog entry by chrisandalicia on Apr 21, 2014

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    ... Canyon, the second biggest canyon in the world (bigger than the Grand Canyon), but right after four days of jungle trekking in Peru all we wanted to do was rest and eat some good food- so that is what we did. The only touristy thing we did here was tour an ancient (and creepy) ...

    Arequipa and Culca Canyon

    A travel blog entry by michellerod on Dec 31, 2013

    20 photos

    ... We got some delicious breakfast crepes (Peru still amazes me with their variety in cuisine) and then explore Santa Catalina, a large monastery. It was so beautiful. It was a bright sunny day, with blue skies that contrasted amazingly with the red and blue walls of the cloisters. In addition, there were vibrant red flowers everywhere. Although we decided not to hire a guide, from my understanding this was an upscale monastery where women from high classes around the world ...

    The White City

    A travel blog entry by shannen.luke on Oct 12, 2013

    76 photos

    ... second largest city in Peru. We found a little cafe on the edge of the Plaza and we sat upstairs overlooking the square. Every local that walked into the cafe greeted us with a smile and a "good morning" and we instantly fell in love with the town. During our second coffee we noticed the Plaza was filling up with more people, a tent was erected in the far corner, soldiers were on the roofs and a bad began to play, we ...

    Reality of Life

    A travel blog entry by burkley on Oct 10, 2013

    41 photos

    ... to places that are off the tourist map. Our bus trip took us out into less developed and lower socio-economic areas and along the way we heard about Peru's history and its various challenges in modern times. Miguel our guide established the tour as a way to raise funds for the various projects we would come across on the tour and show people who were interested in the other side of life in Peru. We learnt about the challenges of managing three very different groups of people ...