Hostal Monte Leon

Rosas 1991, Santiago, 82000, Chile | Hostel
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In Santiago

A travel blog entry by eoinshirl


... looking forward to returning to normal sleep patterns having spent the last two weeks rising between 3 am and 5 am and crashing by 9 pm.

Today it was the 8th January in Chile and so time zone differences gave us the opportunity to celebrate our wedding anniversary for the second time. Eoin had pre booked an evening in one of the fine dining restaurants on the ship – seemed a stark contrast to the mud and sweat of just two days ago!


Chile (all in one go)

A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96


... we would see them again until Melbourne in Feb 2014!! Still, we had Tommy with us (although he was almost fast asleep at the last bar!!)

Day 55

We had breakfast and sat by the pool before we headed out for a tour of a local Vineyard, Undurraga. We got picked up and dropped off at a shopping mall on the outskirts of the city before we boarded a tour bus that took us 30 minutes south of Santiago to the Vineyard. We had an English tour guide, Javier, who ...

Driving from San Pedro de Atacama to Santiago

A travel blog entry by reinapaul


... of an old western. Thankfully our hostel was close to the station and right near the main strip. San Pedro is quite small and the town itself has very little to offer. Every store and house offers something for the tourist- overpriced gifts, expensive groceries or tours. Having already organised our campervan we knew we would do the tourist spots on our own the next day so we opted to visit the church and walk around the very small town. During the day we unexpectedly ...

Viña de Concha y Toro

A travel blog entry by comeasyouare


... that are from three different vineyards, grown in different climates to highlight different characteristics of the soil. The effect it produced was a very light wine with notes of apple and lime. Not a huge fan of white wine, but it was nice. The second was a Gran Reserve 2012 Carmenere. I've never had Carmenere before and it was like nothing I have ever tasted. After a series of pre-drink rituals to enhance the senses such as testing the colour, sniffing the aroma, and oxygenating ...

Chile: Santiago and Valparaiso

A travel blog entry by rubyandwolsey


... the 'beach' is home to about 2000 shipping containers. My bikini has not yet seen the light of day. C: In Ruby's defence, we've quickly learnt that the Lonely Planet guide often makes a place sound interesting and worth visiting, when in reality there's not a lot going on. For example, we spent an afternoon in a town called Talca that the Lonely Planet describes as a commercial hub with an attractive town square, which, in my opinion, should simply have been described ...


This hostel, located on Rosas 1991, Santiago, is near Jardin Zoologico, Central Market (Mercado Central), El Colorado Ski Center, and Paseos en Bicicleta.
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