La Posada del Monasterio

Address: Santa Catalina 300, Arequipa, Peru | Hotel
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      A travel blog entry by laurapayne on Nov 16, 2014

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      Our day today was spent downtown visiting the Santa Catalina Monastery. It has a reputation of being a City within the City and it certainly was big and interesting. Founded in 1579 as a Dominican order it catered to rich and famous families that wanted their daughter to become a Nun. Cost of entry? Equivalent to today - $150,000.
      Ate at another Peruvian Restaurant - Chile Reyano that was extra spicy and headed back to sleep

      Clomping Around Caral

      A travel blog entry by on Sep 13, 2014

      26 photos

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      The hills on the outskirts of Peru are covered with shanty towns. People come from outside Peru, find a spot in the desert, stick a flag in the dirt to claim it as theirs. Soon 100s of others do the same, pretty soon you have a town, the government builds roads, brings water and electricity, and you have a new subdivision. ...

      Arequipa ... Monastery & Churches

      A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Sep 06, 2014

      1 comment, 36 photos

      ... Armas is dominated by the cathedral, with arcades running round the rest of the square with balconies above and a lovely park in the centre busy with everyday life.

      There are several churches with fabulous carved doorways and cloisters in a local Baroque meets mestizo style like Iglesia San Domingo which has an Indian ...

      Churches and Condors

      A travel blog entry by avangilder on Jun 15, 2014

      77 photos

      ... and super creepy.
      The next day I went to Colca Canyon. Starting at 2:30am, my tour went 3 hours out to Colca valley were we visited the local villages. It just so happened that it was the holy day of Saint Anthony of Padua, so the streets and churches were filled with processions and marching bands. Making my way farther up, I ended up in Colca Canyon, in the famous Condor lookout. ...

      Big city, Small town & the Colca Canyon

      A travel blog entry by cherub94 on May 23, 2014

      10 photos

      ... you in a mug, i'm sure this hasn't been washed from the last customer, but oh well. This very small town is probably the most unlikely place to find an Irish bar, yet here there are two. However, I wouldn't say they were very Irish scenes as the owners didn't speak any English, and their idea of making it Irish were a few orange, green and white decorations. One of the most memorable meals I had was here in this small town, and not because ...