Footsteps Backpackers

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

The Murder on New Years Eve in Santiago

A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Jan 05, 2015

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... it was actually in the contract, and we didnt want to be fined another $50 for a bit of work. So we sneeked into the toilets of McDonalds and filled up the several empty plastic bottles we had accumulated on our journey with soapy water and we also managed to steal the cleaner's magic spray that's used for the restaurant tables. At the end of the car park, much to all the passer bys amusement, we emptied the van and gave it a good clean. We say 'we' but David was soon demoted ...

Santiago and the llama files.

A travel blog entry by meganop on Dec 14, 2014

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... if I was staying there I gave her a vague look. Rather than trying to speak English she just let us store our things haha. We were both in need of a bit of respite so spent the first day wondering around town and went to see Interstellar at the movies. It was pretty good. The second day I needed to buy a hiking pole and some water repellant pants for Patagonia. So we went to a place called mall sport. It was a large mall that had only outdoor and sport stores. It also had ...


A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Nov 07, 2014

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... yet the Cueca (Chilean national dance), you will probably find yourself at one of the numerous Peruvian restaurants that are strewn throughout the city. The only other food type that comes close to rivaling the number of Peruvian restaurants in Santiago are the Sushi restaurants (There is clearly a sushi fad/phase that is also recently captivating Chile). Needless to say, my two favorite restaurants in Santiago are both Peruvian – one, LA CASA ...

Day 92: Chile

A travel blog entry by nathanasi on Sep 12, 2014

Our final morning in Easter Island was, unfortunately, not a straight forward affair. Stella was quite unwell during the night and after a combination of phone calls to doctors and a visit to the hospital we got the all clear to fly 20 minutes prior to the gate closing at the airport. It was thanks to ...

World Cup

A travel blog entry by hawkness on Jun 24, 2014

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... gave up and, with the help of a friend here, pulled out the drive and wiped it. I am content enough with the process, as I now have a functional computer, however, my computer is now running on Windows 8.1 Spanish. I have been a strong supporter of Windows 8 for a while now, in spite of its downfalls, but I am not so sure I like 8.1. I have not used it much yet, but a source of common frustration is that they integrated Bing into the start menu search engine, which means if ...