Queen's Villa Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQueen's Villa Hotel Arequipa
Fab hotel where we spent 3 days enjoying the lovely gardens and pool. 10 min walk from town . Breakfast was good too! Would stay here again
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... named "Hermana Connie". She's a beaut! Apparently lays more eggs than any other. I'm damn proud to have such a critter named after me. Planning to take a formal photo of her before they slaughter her and broil her like the others. She may have a longer life because of the egg thing.
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... square with a Cathedral on one side, the government buildings opposite, and other churches, monasteries nearby. We visit a requisite church.
Arequipa prides itself on its independent spirit. It is the home to the famous and infamous. Its sons include: Mario Vargas Lhosa, Noble winning author, and failed Presidential candidate; as well as A. Guzman, the leader of the narco-terrorist group Sendero Luminoso (Shining Path), ...
... was another blazing hot day in Arequipa and we thought we’d try out the towns market. By South American standards it was small, perhaps the size of a large supermarket in the UK, but it was packed with all sorts of strange foods. A walk down the meat isle really turned our stomachs. Whereas in the UK, meat is always kept chilled and the butcher always looks hygienic, in South America the meat sits on top of a counter in ...
We arrived in Arequipa at about 2am and jumped in a taxi. We have learned a few things about taxi drivers here... They always tell you that the place you want to go to is either closed, or they take you to entirely different places altogether because they get commission for taking people there. We told the bloke we had a reservation at a place (we didn't) but anyway he took us to 4 different hostels before finally taking us to the right one after we got fed up with him. Luckily the hostel ...