Apart-Hotel Bella Vita

Ramon Corvalan Melgarejo n0 8, Santiago, 8320000, Chile | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Santiago

Fly from La Paz, Bolivia to Santiago, Chile

A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves


We had our usual buffet breakfast and were picked up at 9:00 for our 11:40 flight to Santiago. Traffic was horrible this morning. We got checked in and sat around for a good hour. This flight included a stop at Arica, Chile, which is just across the border. Here we cleared Customs and Immigration so it was easy once we got to Santiago. We also avoided the expected reciprocity fee of US$ 160 each.

From the Arioca stop ...

Rose-Coloured Glasses

A travel blog entry by lolly


Our time in Santiago was short and sweet. We stayed in the Forestal Park area which had a lot of trees and nice places to eat and walk. It was a place for us to say 'goodbye' to Chile and to South America.

I am a very optimistic person. In truth, I can find a bright side of being stuck in a traffic jam... Throughout this trip south of the equator, we have encountered many challenges but I've always tried to stay positive. ...

First day in Santiago

A travel blog entry by tjarnen


... And when I sat there with my phone, I heard someone say something in Spanish. At first I didn't look up, but then I thought it sounded like he was talking to me. When I looked up, I had around 20-30 people standing there looking at me and a big camera in my face. The guy next to the camera started to call me gringo and asked me questions in Spanish, and I pulled the phrase 'No hablo español' and tried to ask back 'Habla usted inglés?', and he asked me some questions in ...

Reflections on South America

A travel blog entry by carrhaughan


... jet plane).
Number of flights: 13 (plus 2 more in and out of the continent)
Summary of each country:
Brazil: Expensive, not as geared up for tourism as it should be
Bolivia: Cheap, friendly, organic, great scenery
Peru: Expensive, iconic, great scenery
Ecuador: Galapagos was amazing, not sure about the rest
Galapagos: outstanding, everything we dreamed of, challenging diving, more time needed
Chile: Beautiful ...

There are no Foreign Lands

A travel blog entry by paiger


... I had no qualm with, having been exhausted from my travels. At like 11 o'clock Nacha brought me a lovely breakfast in bed, it was huge and I couldn't possibly eat it all. I don't know where the older sister, Nacha, went but she and her mom were pretty much gone the whole day after that, leaving Panchi and to bond. Around three she asked me if I wanted to walk around the neighborhood and maybe get some things. I told her I ...



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