A GOES C-class long-duration flare that occurred near the west limb on 2006 December 17 was observed with the Hinode EUV Imaging Spectrometer (EIS) in raster-scan observations. Cusp-shaped arcades are prominent in the spectroheliogram of the CaXVII emission line at 192.86Å. Spatial relationships between hot flare loops with a cusp apex and cool post flare loops with various temperatures are clearly shown in the EIS observations. We find an enhanced line broadening above the bright loop-top region in the CaXVII observation. The Doppler observations of cooling post flare loops with coronal temperatures show both downflows and upflows along the loops, and these are interpreted as a part of siphon flows. Enhanced nonthermal line broadenings are identified at the top of the post flare loops.