Hostal Del Parque

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

Join the tour

A travel blog entry by kfamily on May 19, 2015

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... about the change in plan.

Our talk commenced at 7.00pm to check the tomorrow itinerary and believe it or not is it now 10.30pm so about time we got some shut eye. We will be having a late start of 8..30 am in the morning thank goodness. The group is really nicer so it would appear that good times are to be had with such a small group.


Chemicals, Plants and Man

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Apr 29, 2015

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... realized that all his life he had been eating “junk food,” food produced from poisoned land, food that had led straight to a massive heart attack. A third book, Nutrition and the Soil by Sir Lionel J. Picton, convinced him that the answer to metabolic disease, whether it was heart trouble, cancer or diabetes, was indeed natural, poison-free food grown on fertile soil.

The food we eat is digested and absorbed from the intestine into the bloodstream. ...

A Different Santiago and Religious Extremism

A travel blog entry by samcohon on Mar 30, 2015

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... all over the world every day, because of their religious commitments to many different religious traditions.

I went on a truly excellent free walking tour of Santiago for three hours this afternoon, and learned a great deal about the culture and the people of Chile and its largest city. While waiting for the tour to begin, however, I also met other travelers. One, a young man named Jan from a town near Hamburg, Germany, is spending a year working ...

Hasta la vista Sudamérica!

A travel blog entry by wineusers on Mar 25, 2015

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So today Victor drove us back to San Fernando where we caught the TerraSur train back to Santiago, and eventual our flight back home. We will spend two days in Santiago going back to some of our favorite places, and a couple we didn't catch before, like the Bellas Artes museum and the neighborhood of the same name with its ...


A travel blog entry by maxandross on Jan 08, 2015

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The day had come to part ways with our trusty steed The General Lee. Our last few hours together were spent negotiating Valparaiso's mental traffic then driving to Santiago. Together we had covered more than 5000 km or 3100 miles and spanned 20 degrees of longitude, crossed the Chile-Argentina four times, spent 21 nights snuggled up inside (sometimes wearing all our warm clothes including hats, in sleeping bags and under 2 blankets) and survived some of the roughest roads ...

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