Hotel Libertador Arequipa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... dinner reservations at 8:00”, someone said.
“No problem,” Roxanna declared. "Don't worry."
She walked us down the stone streets, through the stately main plaza, pointing out
the colonial buildings in the middle of the lovely Arequipa city center. She showed us a cathedral and a convent and
many shops with alpaca sweaters. At 8:15
she took us to the library, an impressively old white stone building with
... time for our driver and guide as it was beginning to get late in the afternoon and a decision had to be made as to whether to sit it out our begin a somewhat long walk to the city. It was unclear at first as to whether we would be able to walk across the picket line but along with another group of Aussie tourist we decided to brave the walk and leave the drive to guard the vehicle and our our belongings. Yikes...... Infact you will be relieved to know the walk passed the line ...
... an to the cosy town of Salento. Salento is chocolate box colonial town nussled into rolling hills . The other weird and wonderful thing that adds to salentos charm is they have really beautiful and friendly stray dogs everywhere who the whole town look after. We do an awesome hike around the coffee region here. Which we called the Cows, Clouds and Cocoa palm walk,. Because you walked amongst the clouds in these rolling hills but the most surreal bit was the ...
... with an avocado basil garlic sauce, anchovy maître d hotel butter and a fiery chili aioli. Both excellent, we do however save room for two house Peruvian chocolate truffles dusted in coconut. Our excellent server reaches out with her best English to save our worst Spanish and offers us the house special " ostrich egg" for our anniversary (34!) + 5 and there's no way I'm not counting those....we have no idea what it is but
"si sounds bueno " ends ...
... territory, a real mix of old and young, and different nationalities. I attempted to get some sleep, but as per normal on any form of transport found this impossible, ironically until the roughest, bumpiest section of road, when I woke up on a German lady’s shoulder on the verge of dribbling. She insisted it was fine, I was slightly embarrassed. My only saving grace is that I didn’t leave an awkward pool of slobber behind too. We stopped at ...