Hostal Del Parque

Address: Merced 294, Santiago, Chile | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago

Wandering Santiago

A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Oct 15, 2014

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... the front, so I asked a hotel where we could find a hostel.

So we kept walking.

Half an hour we found literally the ritziest hostel in Santiago. Neither of us felt like paying $23 a night (you pay for roughly 30 square feet, also known as a bed).

So we kept walking.

15 minutes later we found an actual hole-in-the-wall, cheap place. Take my money. I know that plenty of people enjoy walking as a source of entertainment or ...


A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Sep 13, 2014

4 comments, 5 photos

... you step on the Metro someone will serenade you with live music…and most of the time it is pretty good. (Although I did encounter one performer on the street that was so bad people were just giving him money out of pity. Poor guy was crippled, but really needed to find another talent other than singing!) And if you are walking in el centro, especially along Paseo Ahumada, you will see all types of street performers – singers, musicians, ...

Self Indulgent End of Tour Awards.

A travel blog entry by travelandtalk on Aug 20, 2014

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These are mainly for my own amusement but here are my end of tour awards.

Top 5 Countries
1. Japan. 2. India. 3.Colombia. 4.Laos. 5. Argentina.

Top 5 Sights
1.El Salar de Uyuni (Bolivia) 2. Halong Bay (Vietnam) 3. Angkor Wat (Cambodia) 4.Konglor Caves (Laos). 5. Kerala Backwaters (India).

Best Airline: Cathay Pacific.
Worst Airline: American Airlines (obviously as they took ...

Here we go!

A travel blog entry by mary.poppins on Jul 11, 2014

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... serious. I am not sure how I feel about Santiago, I did not expect it to be my favorite place because it is a big city and those of you that know me know that is not really my jam. Honestly so far my initial suspicions about how Santiago and I would get along appear to be correct. Just like most cities it is crowded, the traffic is crazy and the streets are dirty. It is big and bustling and everyone is ...

Splendid Santiago

A travel blog entry by lizemma10 on May 27, 2014

... made with windows, a beautiful design. Chile has the tallest building in South America, and due to the earthquakes they have built it so as if am earthquake hits it sways from side to side a few metres avoiding it falling over. A taste of a Chilean classic wine drink and we headed home.

29th May 2014

An early morning start to take walking tour number 2. We took in the markets of Santiago. The first one the fish market, voted the ...

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