Hotel Libertador Arequipa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Arequipa
... we went to sleep for about 6 hours. We ventured out for sunset, and found a delicious Turkish place, Fez Istanbul, where we ate falafel. Then we took in a wander of the city centre to get our bearings.
Arequipa is a beautiful place; filled with colonial architecture and white sillar buildings. The central Plaza is probably the most beautiful one we've encountered in our travels to date. On a clear day, the Cathedral in the Plaza ...
... Juan (very romantic). Bed.
Up. Breakfast. Toilet (there was a choice of a toilet with no door or a toilet with a plank missing from the door-which would you choose?!) The owner caught Jack climbing through our bedroom window and shouted at him (pretty funny). We had to get in that way because our key didn’t work. We ...
... tour is in Spanish only (irritating) so we headed for a coffee shop for breakfast before heading back to the hostel. Despite being intermittent sun, the weather here is still a marked improvemment on Cusco, which has been bouncing between hail and cloud.
The afternoon tour was considerably more successful, and was a lot better than the one in Cusco, not only filling us in about the city but the country in general. Other ...
... Eventually, at 4am, Dave, Nick and I were on the bus (they turned up at the origional hostel and so nearly missed us again!). En route, we made a stop to see the great condor. These birds are the largest flying birds in the world, and at 1m high and 3m wide, they were a sight as they flew overhead. The trail itself was pretty spectacular. Day 1 we trekked for 17kms, with the majority of it snaking down the canyon. After lunch, it was a bit ...
... a bus took us back to Arequipa on a road which wound around the region's volcanoes. It was a lovely three days, with a landscape which was totally different from that I'd seen on the Inca Trail less than a week before. Here, the mountains and volcanoes resemble a scrunched-up piece of paper that has been fashioned into majestic peaks that stretch into the clouds. But I have no desire to climb any more. Even a Diet Coke wouldn't help: my legs have finally had ...