Hostal Oveja Verde

Eliodoro Yanez 1336, Santiago, 7500666, Chile | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago

Days 359 - 364: The Capitals of Peru and Chile

A travel blog entry by djmorton


... South American cities, exceeding all expectations. All countries in South America that were invaded by the Spanish have a beautiful pedestrianised plaza. A plaza marks the centre of the city and has a water fountain, gardens and seats. It's like a gigantic roundabout. Surrounding that is an elaborate stone town hall and churches. Peru's towns and villages have the best plazas in South America so there was no question that the capital city had to be the most ...

48. Santiago - mine's a terremoto!

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013

... match. It wasn't high scoring (1-0 to UE) but it was pretty decent football as it was like the equivalent of the Champions League. Tickets were hard to get online so we bought them from a guy outside the stadium for 10,000 pesos ($10 each) and he called his mate who let us through the turnstiles without checking that our ID matched - cheers! On our last day we took the funicular up to the top of a hill to say hola to the Holy Virgin and look over Santiago. Until the sun went ...

The group gathers

A travel blog entry by mrsmac


... through a security check again before being allowed into the departure hall. They only had one screening station opened at first so it took ages and was in a very awkward position so people were queued up over the main passageway.

Once through there we had a half hour in the Qantas Lounge, time for one G & T before having to board again. Then it was a 10 and a half hour flight to Santiago. Lan is a good airline. ...

My journey continues

A travel blog entry by hadleykmcc

... parted it was an empty void. For one year, I couldn't wait to spend time with him, it brought me joy to be with him and it was sometimes agonizing to be without him, we spent more time apart than together, and at the time it was perfect for both of us...well, for a while it was perfect. What a strange place to have found myself. I wanted nothing more than to run away, to skip the pain and be myself again: single, strong and confident. But because of my stubborn strength I ...

Day 17: Travel Day to Santiago.

A travel blog entry by gregchinery


... of different fish and shellfish, so no complaints. We went home tired and full but very pleased with ourselves. We were looking forward to our walking tour around Santiago in the morning. THE WINE: 2013 Casas Del Bosque Sauvignon Blanc from the Casablanca region of Chile. Very pale straw in colour, the nose was bright and big, reminiscent of an NZ Marlborough but not as blousey. The palate was crisp with fresh acidity and a good balance. Perfect with seafood. 96 ...


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