La Maison Del Solar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... off the spit, which was delicious. The highlight of the day was saved for the evening, though. The centerpiece of Arequipa’s collection of old buildings is the Monastery of Santa Catalina, an enormous convent that encompasses five acres of the downtown city. It is worth visiting at any time, but on Tuesdays and Thursdays it’s open until 8 PM so visitors can see it at night. We were told this was a magical experience, and since it ...
... to find that made my head hurt again. The woman who ran the hostel came to the door and wanted Stephanie's last name (she was in the room with us). My Spanish is terrible on a good day! I couldn't get her to understand I only knew she was from Germany. And then she turned on the light! I was in pain and just wanted to climb back in bed. Thank God for Susanna from Holland who passed by and translated for me so I could crawl back into bed. Kimber had been ...
... up to my body temperature before I threw it back up. It was Horrible. In the evening yesterday it had been planned to visit a chocolate factory and that became my 'goal' for the day. Before going we went for dinner and my body was on a bit of a temporary upswing so I downed one meal and still felt like I could eat more so I ordered another whole meal, and finished it relatively easily. I don't even like chocolate but the little factory we visited was ...
Returning from Bolivia, we crossed into southern Peru to spend our last week in South America before flying to Asia. Our first destination was the beautiful "white city" of Arequipa. The moniker originated from the construction of the buildings in the historical district, as most are are made of white volcanic ash (sillar). The center of the city, plaza de armas, was full of energy, as we arrived in town for Good Friday. Most of the celebrations for Semana Santa (Holy Week) took ...
... and no motivation. It was possibly one of the hardest physical feats for me yet, and the last corner of the zig zagging path was like seeing your first-born, pop itīs head out from the blanket and, through long tears, meet your eye for the first time. My exact words upon reaching the top were "childbirth would have to be easier than that climb!" which the two gay guys on our tour found to be quite hilarious.
Now on our way to the capital, Lima, we decide ...