Casa Moro

Corte Suprema 177, Santiago, 8320000, Chile | B&B
Prices starting from $99.00

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Freezing & Smoggy

A travel blog entry by tamararae

... jalepenos. What a disappointment! Nachos are a big deal to us as my brother has mastered them into a signature dish and we were looking forward to the real deal - we will have to make it to Mexico now! I was pleased to see that the owner let the homeless people stand in her doorway to see the game. They provided me with the most entertainment - very passionate supporters.
Checked in at the hostel ...

Santiago: The Old And The New.

A travel blog entry by nickjackets


... instantly angry and on the other hand make me feel totally enchanted.I have encountered rudeness in service beyond belief from the older generation and service that has been extraordinarily delightful from the younger generation,this is a country and a city undergoing massive social change at a very rapid rate and you really have to look at the big picture to understand it.

Santiago has its fair share of Spanish Colonial architecture but due to ...

Days 359 - 364: The Capitals of Peru and Chile

A travel blog entry by djmorton


... we were told about four must try drinks while in Chile. The Earthquake, The Aftershock and The Tsunami. Wow wee they were as strong as an 8.5 earthquake. Wine, fernete and pineapple ice cream was one of them, followed by Chilean food made for a perfect afternoon. As for the evening, that was the fourth must try drink.... The coffee. Chileans are not famous for their coffee. In fact they don't even produce it. Back in the day coffee shops or the concept of ...


A travel blog entry by varney


... lunch we headed up the nearby Hill by funicular (CLP2000) where we had a fantastic view over the sprawling, smog filled city. Have to admit that it is much more picturesque up close. We'll post some pictures when I get the chance.
Tomorrow we're jumping back on a plane and heading almost half way back to NZ to one of the remotest islands on Earth - Rapa Nui (Easter ... took our breath away

A travel blog entry by odie1


As I think I have described, Patagonia is a wild remote place. The lands are expansive, about the size of Alaska, with just about 1,000,000 population. It's hard to imagine why a place as magnificent as this is so sparcely populated, but it becomes understandable when one learns more about the history of the area. To do this, we drove the last section of paved road in the continent of South America to Fort Bulnes, named for the Chilean President who sent people out to ...

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This B&B, located in the Almagro area of Santiago, is near La Moneda, National Library (Biblioteca Nacional), Plaza de la Constitucion, and Calle Dieciocho.
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