Maturana 567, Santiago, 8340338, Chile | B&B
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Arrived in the capital!

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on May 27, 2014

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... the lookout and all i could see was a few buildings absolutely drowned in smog and haze. It was actually pretty unbelievable. The view of the mountains was so hazy you could barely make them out. This really surprised me and to be honest the view probably wasn't worth the money we paid to get up the funicular.

We all retired for a while until we decided to go to a bar that lonely planet recommended called the cathedral which was really nice but so ...

Returning to Santiago

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Apr 26, 2014

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... and walk back along a path to see the thing. We figured if this was our only option, we would take it. So, we drove, parked and walked, arriving to the gate on one side of the pool. WOW, we could see the whole thing! We could see nothing but pool for as far as our eyes could see. We walked alongside this monstrosity, climbing up onto benches and stones and each other as we reached for better views. There were stacks of kayaks on the "shore" in more than one location. We watched a guy ...

Back to Santiago

A travel blog entry by lindb on Mar 27, 2014

... and both Tam and Andy's had fallen apart! They are not particularly attractive or flattering but practical when doing quite a lot of treking. As usual we caught the Metro, bargain price of 620 pesos (about 65p) to anywhere in the city. This is a huge shopping centre located in the tallest tower in Santiago. Loads of high street shops and well known UK and US brands, including H&M and Topshop. I found a pair of trousers in Marmutt, a ...

An oasis in the atacama desert

A travel blog entry by meggles on Jan 26, 2014

... hadn't heard of Kent which ruled out 50% of my songs in Swedish). I cooked myself dinner in the hostel and was in bed early as I was knackered despite being on a bus all day- possibly due to the altitude. The next day I slept in and had a relaxed morning in the hostel before heading into town. San pedro is a small town comprised of mostly single storey, red, crumbly Adobe building; it has an insane about of shops selling tours and tourist junk for ...


A travel blog entry by horninge on Jan 01, 2014

... Become fluent in Spanish

  • Immerse myself in Latin American culture
  • Eat everything
  • Survive an earthquake
  • Develop friendships
  • Travel everywhere
  • Experience Chilean fútbol
  • Continue to develop as a person

  • Feliz Año Nuevo!
    See you in Chile!


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    This B&B, located on Maturana 567, Santiago, is near Bellavista, La Moneda, National Library (Biblioteca Nacional), and Plaza de la Constitucion.
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