Hostal Don Alfredo

Calle Alberto Henckel, 2360, Santiago, Chile | Hostel

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World Cup

A travel blog entry by hawkness


... Two games ago, Chile won and the city went wild. Everyone came out to Plaza Italia to drink and be merry. Which lasted until the teargas army made an appearance. Walking through the area after the event was interesting. Part of the celebration it seems involved destroying things. Broken glass and bottles on the road, up turned bike parking stations, etc. I find it interesting that such national pride can manifest in destroying parts of the thing you were proud of. Chicago is ...


A travel blog entry by hawkness


... else to use their bus pass to let me on. I decided to try it and took the walk towards the bus. After waiting about half an hour at the wrong bus stop I was already drenched in sweat. I crossed the road and waiting at the correct bus stop for about ten minutes before deciding that perhaps a visit to Panama was not in the cards. Especially since I was dressed for Paris and all of my clothes were in the bag that was taken from me in Germany.

Stopover in Santiago

A travel blog entry by frawldog


... really seems to be full of artistic and poetic people. Valpraiso was where I started my trip here a few years ago and that is a really artistic town. I took a walk along the river because it looked nice on the map. I have grown to enjoy river walks after being with Claire for so long, however the river is dry, so that is a bit of a disappointment. I saw the usually things on this tour that you usually would find in a ...

Siesta, forever!

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin


... three houses of Pablo Neruda, the Chilean poet (Mr H has never heard of him), but found it was closing early, so just took a couple of snaps of the outside. Then, it was siesta time (I love this country). We woke late and set off in search of food again. This time, we found an Italian style restaurant, where I had a lovely pasta dish, and Mr H ate half a pig, in the form of a giant pork loin. Feeling stuffed, we ambled back to our hostel for the ...

Chilling in Chile

A travel blog entry by robyntravel


We arrived in Santiago mid-afternoon. Jose our driver stood awaiting our arrival holding up a sign with our name on it ready to greet us. Finding him through the sea of outstretched arms holding paper signs we got into our car and headed off onto the streets of Santiago. The sky bright blue and the sun warm. It's good to be back in a warm climate after the brief freezing sting at home in Canmore and Calgary. We drove along the main avenue ...


This hostel, located in the Providencia area of Santiago, is near Paseo Ahumada, Termas de Chillan, Paseo Huerfanos, and Museo Tajamares del Mapocho.
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