Footsteps Backpackers

Address: Almirante Simpson 50, Santiago, 7500856, Chile | 1 star hostel
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Location

This 1 star hostel, located in the Champs Elysee area of Santiago, is near La Chascona (Pablo Neruda's Home), Jardin Zoologico, Central Market (Mercado Central), and Fine Arts Museum (Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes).
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Travel Blogs from Santiago

Visa Obtaining Procedure

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Dec 09, 2014

2 comments, 27 photos

... to provide some acceptable explanation of how you plan to cross the bordersSince we applied for our visa in Phnom Penh but we planned to cross the borders between Vietnam and China by taking a bus from Hanoi to Nanning we were also requested to present the following tickets:

  • Bus ticket from Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh City
  • Flight ticket from Ho Chi Minh City to Da Nang
  • Flight ticket from Da Nang to ...

TURN DOWN FOR WHAT!!!

A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Sep 27, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... I mean it is a day-long/week-long party, cierto?! So you really can’t blame me for firing up rounds of terremotos! I wanna say that the terremoto is the national drink of Chile, but that probably wouldn’t be too accurate. But I can say that it is the national drink for their Independence day celebrations. Terremoto means “earthquake,” so you can imagine that everyone was warning me and saying how “peligroso” they are. ...

Prelude - The Wines of Chile

A travel blog entry by hadwin on Mar 09, 2014

4 photos

... how appointment times work here as when we turned up there was nothing ready (apparently we were expected an hour later). However, all was handled gracefully with some well needed water to quench our thirsts and eventually popping up to the top (24th floor) of the hotel avoiding the Bolivian and Venezuelan Fencing Teams who in some strange local coup had occupied the hotel. The view was quite something and our guide was able to point ...

Santiago

A travel blog entry by jeanettekelly on Jan 24, 2014

5 comments, 4 photos

After a very long Friday we arrived at Santiago late morning. My first trip to South America so apart from being very tired with crossing time lines it is very exciting. We met a lady who is join ing us on the Polar Pioneer and spotted a few potential people who we think will join us tomorrow. Our accommodation is quite pleasant. The taxi ride in was interesting with a bit of assisted negotiation from one of the hotel ...

Chile Part 1

A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Nov 30, 2013

2 comments, 69 photos

... on the moon. Who would have thought to see that? We thought it best to give them a little privacy.


















It was time to enjoy another desert sunset. We scaled this giant sand dune to watch the sun set over the Atacama Desert with the Andes Mountain range behind us. Rach kept complaining that sunsets were overrated so I made her stay ...