Hotel Libertador Arequipa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... llama and some kind of vulture. Around 12 we stopped off at the hot springs for one hour. This was lovely as it was so hot and stuffy on the bus that it was nice to be able to cool down and to lounge around in the sun for an hour. This hot spring actually just looked like a swimming pool only the water was really really warm. After the hot springs we stopped off for our buffet style lunch which wasnt as good as the buffet we had had on the Sacred Valley tour as the food ...
... discovered in 1995, that is remarkably freaky, and I am certain she is going to move. Wife and I then have an INCREDIBLE afternoon wandering through Santa Catalina. Second daughters used to get sent to this monastery for 200 gold coins, ($900 USD equiv) and live in their own flat with servants. It's one of the most stunning places I've visited with gorgeous cornflower blue and maroon walls, I considered joining the nunnery....(!) our guide Patricia is awesome giving us ...
... in a different language, means the land below the volcano. Since Arequipa is situated below three volcanoes, this seems like the more likely one. One of the volcanoes is currently active but they ensured us that the downtown part of the city was likely out of the way of the lava flows if there were to be any. At one point, for the duration of a year, Arequipa was the capital of Peru because Lima was occupied by someone else (I was paying attention in the tour but I forgot all of ...
... Canyon we passed but the piqueñas. Like llamas and alpacas but more deer like they are protected by the Peruvian government. FUN FACT - Apparently when the Piqueñas fight for a women, the looser is determined by the one who is castrated. An interesting way to show your manly good, but removing another's. Once we arrived to Chiva, the town where we were staying in the Colca Canyon we quickly headed out to the local hot springs ...
... so felt a bit better. It was really very beautiful. All my photos are on my camera, but it was like a film set. When we got down to where we were staying, in an 'oasis', I've never been so happy. There was a beautiful pool and gorgeous little huts that would be our room for the night. We had dinner, played cards and went to bed at 8.30pm as we had to be up at 4am... We had the trek up, the whole way, that morning. We started in the dark and ...