La Fuente Arequipena
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... one more person to join a 4 plus expert rafter on the rafting boat. I joined them as looked good mature group. I sat middle-back beside with woman and two men on the front of raft boat and an expert rafter sat on back tail.
i noticed there are not strong push water down-flooding...we hard pull the paddles in the water to toward down...nothing excitied but fun for my excerise also perfect weather!
the duration on the river only one hour ...
... bathroom. There are only 2 private rooms in the whole place the rest are large dorm rooms. We were at the very back of the place right by the bar day and swimming pool. When we got to our room the music was going hard out outside and there were lots of drunk people hanging out around there. We had showers and got our washing together so we could get it done before we leave.. We dropped the laundry just down the ...
... tax because we didn’t have any coins yet. He went above and beyond what he needed to do, and that made things easier, though we still had to survive the 7 hour bus ride to Arequipa. Upon arrival, we were pretty tired, but hungry as well, so after checking in we set out to explore the charming historical downtown of Arequipa by night. Plaza de Armas, the main square of the city, is hugely impressive and gorgeous at night, with the ...
... was as always full of rubbish but had a great view of the surrounding volcanos. For lunch we found a nice place down a little old fashion side street that cars can not go down. Unfortunately some buskers started up at almost the same time as the fire siren, and when they came asking for money we had to let them down because we couldn't hear them at all. That afternoon we went home and crashed for a few hours before making our way back to the pedestrian mall for ...
... Paz, the free breakfast was stale bread and runny jam, which I’m now sure is intentionally bad; a ploy to force you into buying one of their breakfasts from the menu.
We wandered around Arequipa, a pretty town surrounded by not one but three active volcanoes, before making our way to the main reason we’d visited the place, a Peruvian cooking experience! Set in the stunning gardens of a up-market hostel, the ...