Apart Hotel Cambiaso

Av. Pedro de Valdivia No. 150, oficina 1422, Santiago, 7510185, Chile | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located in the San Bernardo area of Santiago, is near Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana), Plaza de Armas, Museo Interactivo Mirador, and Central Post Office.
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    Letters in the Rain

    A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Jul 14, 2014


    ... man on the hill, finally had a chance to become him. Can a place now be made for those who don't seek growth for the sake of growth? Or will we all have to move to Ireland? And meanwhile, on the heat-stricken coast of Portugal, people read of exotic South America in their newspapers. But of all the places he had never been, it was Portugal he missed the most. And what of what we read? Do we want to find the meanings ourselves - or are we satisfied with daily briefings and ...


    A travel blog entry by deborah1212 on Jun 27, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... That was scary!

    A spontaneous round of applause from relieved passengers is followed by what must be the Chilean equivalent of 'Aussie Aussie Aussie Oi Oi Oi' lightens the mood and all is forgiven for being late and nearly laid-over in B.A.

    We are in Santiago only for about 6 hours and as transit passengers our luggage is checked through to Lima.
    My hand luggage has put on weight somehow and so we check it into storage so we can sightsee unencumbered. ...

    Back in the Americas & the arrival of the Reva

    A travel blog entry by mrandmrsmexico on Apr 29, 2014

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    After a 12 hour flight Gerry & I arrived in Santiago 4 hours before we'd left Auckland, most definitely dazed & confused by the 16 hour time difference. The next day my parents arrived from the UK, coping remarkably better than us with the jet lag. Just to test their stamina, we marched them round Santiago old town & various museums since we'd discovered ...

    Culture shock

    A travel blog entry by nandz on Apr 22, 2014

    ... at the airport on a desk yelling "taxis" get $3000 commission for every taxi they book. They are not helpful if you are trying to catch the bus, which is about $1500 pesos by the way to the city and completely safe.

    You will pass a huge Shanty Town on the way to santiago. Kids rummaging through garbage dumps (which are everywhere down roads etc). Closely built together with cardboard, old wood, rusty metals, all covered in graffiti. They are a sad ...

    Last day blues

    A travel blog entry by guyfairbank on Jan 13, 2014

    ... to get change from his pocket, which caused the car to veer violently to the right, nearly knocking a cyclist over. I spent the last few pesos on water and two lollipops. If I hadn't bought a return metro ticket I'd have had enough for one last beer. Oh well, there's always the plane. I was sad to leave Chile. After three weeks I'd almost got used to the country and its people. I'd spent four weeks in South America and now it was time to head west to ...