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TravelPod Member ReviewsDominica Hostel Santiago
Lovely boutique hostel that's clean and fun. Decent beds with lockers and lights, average breakfast and a great little bar and coffee shop. Great garden and living room area to relax in after a day of sight seeing.
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With so many different neighbourhoods and hostels in the city, I debated with myself for days on where to book and ended up booking a small boutique hostel called Dominica Hostel ( http://www.dominicahostel.com/ ) in Barrio Bellavista and ended up being right at the base of San Cristobal hill. It turned out to be a great spot location wise and just …
... closed so the landlady made us a dinner of quiche and salad, washed down with afore mentioned Maipo valley Carmenere. The three hotel dogs were suddenly our NBFs!!
Well, it seems Socialist Michelle Bachelet has won against another woman, Evelyn Mathei, as candidate for President. How long before we see two British women competing for the top job? Though both come from the traditional political elite in ...
Other than the first hour there isn't much to report from today. With some not even having been to bed it was a massive rush to leave at 7.30am and although we had a few hours sleep we were left with a rushed feeling as well. It was also time to say goodbye to seven of our new found friends. They say a month on this trip equates to a year's friendship and it did feel like we were leaving great friends ...
It's been a long Monday, starting about 20 hours ago in Sydney. After 13 hours on the plane and a nice conversation with the air steward, it was a relief to land at the airport in Santiago this morning and find someone who got us a safe transfer to the hotel. On our way from the airport we went through a tunnel from mostly rural looking areas with horses and fields. Then all of a sudden, a turn off in the tunnel that ascends into the city ...