Ayelen Apart Hotel

Address: Sotomayor 2.397, Calama, 1390000, Chile | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located on Sotomayor 2.397, Calama, is near Chacabuco.
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        Travel Blogs from Calama

        The Atacama Desert (Day 5)

        A travel blog entry by cmpolk on Apr 21, 2015

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        ... agency was out of rental cars, trucks, scooters, you name it. After a few hours of waiting and some seasoned traveler ingenuity (or luck), we landed a 4x4 truck. Colton took a few loops around the airport to remember driving a manual car and we picked up groceries at a beautiful grocery store called Jumbo (pronounced joom-bo). Then, we took off across the desert toward San Pedro de ...

        Lazy Sunday in San Pedro de Atacama

        A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Oct 05, 2014

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        ... planned late lunch. We stopped off at Queso y Olivas for a 'proper' takeaway coffee, the Nescafe (no-es-cafe, as it's jokingly called in Chile) at breakfast just wasn't cutting it.

        Museum Gustavo Paige, named in honor of the Belgian priest who spent much of his later life in the area, has a very detailed history of the people of the Atacama region. There used to be mummies and bones on display but they were removed ...

        This town is coming like a ghost town

        A travel blog entry by chilledbeans on Apr 18, 2014

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        An early start we had a 700km drive ahead of us back south towards the airport. Wanting to break the journey in half, we stopped at Humberstone, an abandoned oficina in 1960 when the nitrate industry collapsed in Chile. What a pleasant surprise, it's a whole town, almost completely in tact and a world heritage centre. In true South America style, you could wander in and out of the buildings at will and as there were only about half a dozen ...

        Day 2 - Travel to San Pedro de Atacama via Calama

        A travel blog entry by kirs_t_t on Jan 02, 2014

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        I feel like a real backpacker today...I walked 30mins with my pack on my back and my day pack on my front :) I even had my walking poles, tripod and sleeping bag strapped on the outside. My pack is 15kg chockablock but fine to carry around. I'm definitely happy with the 45L. And also happy with osprey as a brand. I do have a few lessons for next time...have an over the shoulder camera/man/hand/flight bag and fit everything else in your ...

        Due south

        A travel blog entry by guyfairbank on Dec 27, 2013

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        At a more civilised hour we set off back to Calama, crossing the now familiar barren landscape. The mining town was quite large, with a newly built estate of houses, some of which had Christmas decorations. We flew south back to Santiago. I had a window seat on the right, so I could see the Pacific Ocean and miles and miles of barren landscape, criss-crossed by parched valleys and the odd mine or installation. On board LAN you had a choice of two snacks from four. The ...