Casa Bonita Bed & Breakfast

Address: Pasaje Republica 5, Santiago, 8370035, Chile | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Santiago Centro area of Santiago, is near Bellavista, La Moneda, National Library (Biblioteca Nacional), and Calle Dieciocho.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast

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          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Santiago

          Day 92

          A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on May 04, 2015

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          ... each they were an absolute steal. One pair of the boxers however turned out to be way too small for me and they had to go straight in the bin. Didn't care too much because they were those real small tight boxers that I have no time for. Sheeno will vouch for them though. He spends his life charging around our room with them on and I can tell you first hand that it's not a pretty sight. There was nothing on the TV except 'Keeping up with the Kardashians' so we sat up watching that for the ...

          In the capital

          A travel blog entry by vickiponce on Apr 26, 2015

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          ... in the supermarket around the corner from the hostel would cost the same. La Vega is next to the fish and meat markets; which smell great...!; and there's also an absolutely massive market filled with 'stuff', everything from clothes to toys to tools etc.

          All in all, Santiago was fun! A little boring at times, as the city doesn't have a huge amount of distractions to offer but living in a hostel was really fun, the asados were the best, and the wine was fantastic. !

          The Longest Day

          A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Apr 13, 2015

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          ... and forts. At the top, we had a view of Santiago around us, its high rises stretching in all directions. Through the mist, we could just see huge mountains. On our way back to the hostel, we stopped to eat. We had plenty of opportunity to try out our Spanish. It is not to be expected that people will speak to you in English here, which is a pleasant novelty, even if it is bound to throw up the odd misunderstanding. By local standards, we were eating ...

          Bus drama: take two

          A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Feb 01, 2015

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          ... in Puerto Varas. After all that he did for me in Bariloche, not only did I owe him, but I had gotten the sense that he was just an ordinary twenty-something traveller and about as far from creepy as humanly possible. He needed to get back to Buenos Aires, something that was pretty much impossible from Puerto Varas. Comparing tickets and schedules, it actually made more sense to go up to Santiago and over than back through Patagonia. I told him when I was leaving, and he tried to get ...

          The adventure begins with buying a car..,

          A travel blog entry by jayalanawilson on Jan 08, 2015

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          ... avocados over here, so I have been in heaven. I have also learnt Spanish for vegetarian (an essential word) and chips (papas fritas).

          On Saturday, Monday and Tuesday we spent a solid 9 hours each day searching for car dealerships, then looking at and test driving cars. We had some great success as we are now the proud owners of a new car, a Toyota 4Runner. However, the road to get there was fun, frustrating at time and very interesting.

          We ...