Hostal Rio Amazonas Barrio Brasil

Rosas 2234, Santiago, Chile | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Santiago

Last Chance Saloon

A travel blog entry by roseyd

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Last Stop!

When we arrived we went out straight away and did a free 4 hour walking tour- the idea being that you just pay what you think it’s worth at the end of the tour. We haven’t done anything like this on our whole trip, but it was recommended to us by a couple we met in Valparaiso. It was super brilliant though! Great …

Santiago de Chile

A travel blog entry by brad2512

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As I was attempting to board my connecting flight to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, I found out the hard way that Australians need a visa to enter Brazil. My four hour stopover in Santiago de Chile had now become a four day stop so I decided to make the most of it and see all that Santiago de Chile had to offer while my luggage spent four days in Rio …

Red hot Chile

A travel blog entry by countyman

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Got to Santiago no probs and met my airport pickup,It was a steaming 30deg, a half hour later I was having a beer with Rodrigo the friendly concierge at the hostel rio amazonas http://www.hostalrioamazonas.cl/english /html/brasil.html a pleasant little place with the most comfortable bed I've slept in up to now with SOFT pillows !!!!! The middle …

Chile...but still pleasantly warm

A travel blog entry by dingleq

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Said goodbye to Ecuador on 8th September, and flew down to Santiago for a few days en route to New Zealand. I had to transit via Santiago in any event, so rather than 15 hours of hanging around the airport I opted for a 48 hour pass in the city. Santiago could be London, or New York, or Rome...any big city. Around 5 million inhabitants, all of whom …

Santiago is a riot! No it really is.

A travel blog entry by slowloris

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Well we finally have a chance to getaway and pop over to the mainland for a change of scenery. We're in Santiago for a couple of days now just gettingused to the hustle and bustle of city life again. One thing that really strikes us is the pollution - coming from a place like the Falklands where there is virtually no pollution it really is a jolt …

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This B&B, located in the Balmaceda area of Santiago, is near Bellavista, Museum of Pre-Columbian Art, National Museum of History, and Estacion Mapocho.
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