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), Central Market (Mercado Central), Fine Arts Museum (Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes), and Jardin Zoologico.
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Travel Blogs from Santiago

Follow the Path You Have Chosen

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Apr 17, 2015

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It is my habit that, just when I am on the brink of starting something new, I begin to wriggle. Embarking on the path I have chosen I find to be a daunting task, for it seems so many other possibilities must be sacrificed in the process. Inevitable questions pop into my head in the middle of the night and float around in my skull for the whole next day, so I find speaking more difficult than usual, I frown deeply. The nature of these questions is at once huge and mundane and vague and, ...

Green Light Sprinting in Santiago

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Feb 07, 2015

10 photos

... the exiting structure is the 5th on the site because earthquakes destroyed the prior buildings). I actually took a walk around, but it kind of left me “meh”. It was built in the “Baroque” style and if you have read any of my other blogs you know I do not like baroque anything. TOOOOOOO GAUDY. Anyway, I also took a walk around Iglesia San Agustin, but again not
to my taste.

Aside from churches, there was the old Ex ...

Chile but sweltering hot!

A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Jan 09, 2015

9 photos

... after the babysitting of taking arranged tours being back solo has made me realise that it does take a certain amount of steel to negotiate around a country where ones Spanish is non existent. Negotiating the metro, ticket purchasing at the bus station and then finding my way to the B and B in Valparaiso felt like a marathon but a real sense of achievement when I made it! The B and B in Valparaiso was located up the steepest of hills so glad I opted for a taxi ! ...

Exploring Santiago High & Low

A travel blog entry by jamber on Dec 01, 2014

16 photos

... amp; sliced tomatoes. We drew the line on mayo. And the consensus is - it's just a hot dog with a bunch of **** on it! But the Chileans love it. There was one store proudly advertising 60 toppings. What more does a hot dog need besides ketchup and mustard?? Everyone, I mean everyone has a dog. NO ONE has a leash. And dogs go ...

Pio nono and me casa nueva (my new house)

A travel blog entry by dragonfly911 on Oct 27, 2014

4 comments, 7 photos

... It was sitting at this bar, pisco sour in hand watching this amazing street performance it finally hit me - I was in Latin America. Holy ****. I spoke another two words of English to the waiter as I paid my bill, where I was set upon by three Chilean girls, all asking me a million questions, and all in English! Finally, some friends at a bar! I had previously googled reggae bars in providencia (the area I'm staying) to find there was one around the corner. I ...