Casa Moro

Address: Corte Suprema 177, Santiago, 8320000, Chile | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Almagro area of Santiago, is near La Moneda, Plaza de la Constitucion, National Library (Biblioteca Nacional), and Calle Dieciocho.
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      Funicular Fun in Santiago

      A travel blog entry by heathercharles on Jan 08, 2015

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... labels we recognize from the US, like Casillero del Diablo. Even though it was about 8:00 PM it was still light out but we were beat from the traveling. We headed home, had a glass of wine and called it a night.

      The next day (Friday) we headed out to San Cristobal Hill which offers great views of the city from the top. (We took the scenic route we got lost. But not too badly.) There is a funicular to ride up the hill which we enjoyed. (A funicular ...


      A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Jan 02, 2015


      ... what is painfully obvious is the unjust school system that maintains the societal segregation. And yet many Chileans are fighting to hold on to this hybrid “subvencionado particular” set up. They cannot seem to see how it is unfair for schools to receive public money from the State and yet turn around and pick and choose which students should have the benefit of this money that in actuality belongs to all of the citizens. They cannot seem ...

      Final South American observations

      A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Dec 17, 2014

      ... br> 12. Roman Catholicism is very strong. Churches in even very small towns are centres of their community and often much larger than any other building. Some churches have loud speakers attached that broadcast services across the town. In larger towns or cities you can find a church every couple of blocks. There are heaps of saints feast days sometimes with celebrations going for weeks. Different versions of Mary are the most popular ...

      One day in the capital

      A travel blog entry by tina-worldwide on Sep 18, 2014

      5 photos

      ... which is the opposite to the really modern business area las Condes. what i liked most about Santiago was that you can see the Andeas in the background of the city.

      During the tour I met Richard and Paula from Brazil with whom I spent the evening at a traditional fonda with Chilenean, Peruvian and Bolivian dances and some traditional empanadas filled with beef, a half egg and one olive. ...

      Trip to Virgin Statue

      A travel blog entry by ganesh.esk on Jul 27, 2014

      ... We managed to see too many murals on the walls. Finally we reached the point of funicles, We saw a few Alpaca mainly to take photos. (I think 1$ for a hard copy of the photo) the funicular was too crowded and it could have taken about 3 hours to pass through the crowd. But we were told that it would take only about 40 min for the top of the hill to the virgin statue. Hence we decided to ...

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