Hostal Del Parque

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Travel Blogs from Santiago

Not a drop of rain in Santiago

A travel blog entry by goodner on Jun 18, 2015

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... a little slow in that particular room. Then there was the wine tasting. In case you didn't know, I am 11 years old. This means that both willingly and unwillingly I can't drink alcohol. The tasting seemed to take several hundred years which gave me able time to walk around and enjoy the crisp weather. When the wine tasting cane to an end, we rode in the tour van back to the rental apartment. The next day was very fun because we were going to an awesome science museum called ...

So Long, Farewell and Goodbye

A travel blog entry by dominic.riordan on Mar 04, 2015

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... things as those we've seen, to experience the wonders of the Andes has been unforgettable. And it is the Andes and the native people of this continent that stay with us the most. It is their land and their story that most resonates. Adios! Hope you've enjoyed the stories. To finish the wrap, here are a few more summaries: Weird Things about South America Fresh milk, anywhere, please? Late dinner time - I go to bed at 10, it's not dinner time ...

Chile - Santiago

A travel blog entry by mktkachuk on Mar 02, 2015

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... balcony doors and stained glass. They've also added new windows which completely shut out the noise of the street. The street it's on is pretty busy but you literally cannot hear the traffic when the windows are closed. It's quite impressive. We hung around a bit, booked a hotel for tomorrow night (we head to Punta Arenas tomorrow am) and then out for dinner. Dinner was good - nothing fancy. And back to the hotel to pack and get ready to head out early tomorrow ...

Way Over the Hill

A travel blog entry by z00dles on Jan 23, 2015

2 comments, 12 photos

We had to be up early to check out of our Air BnB apartment in Mendoza and get a taxi to the bus depot.
I had been a little worried about arriving in Santiago bus depot and getting a taxi into el centro without having any Chilean money. No worries! there were three fellows doing a healthy business exchanging money - and since I still had about a hundred Canadian worth of Argentinian pesos (which was ...

Niall & Valerie - South American Odyssey

A travel blog entry by nlund on Jan 13, 2015

18 comments, 207 photos

... the tour we were transferred to an open top and we were uncomfortably reminded of Sally O'Brien and the egg you could fry on the seats. We stuck it for about two hours and got a good overall sense of the city. As a city, Buenos Aires impressed a lot. Wide boulevards and very European in design and atmosphere. Our hotel was in the Recoleta district of BA and operated by Hyatt. Built in the garden of an old merchant's palace they managed to retain the style and grace of the old ...

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