Hostal Don Alfredo

Calle Alberto Henckel, 2360, Santiago, Chile | Hostel
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Day 62: Last Plant Visit of Trip!

A travel blog entry by msj322


... for Chile that is now), the river is very low, so the falls seem to come down at a trickle. Seeing photos for sale of the falls when the water is at full peak, leave you wanting to see more. There are many huts set up with locals selling hand crafts and other tourist items.

Osvaldo, Cristian, Jorge and I all took some photos and got back on the road. We arrived at Yungay around 11:30am. This gave ...


A travel blog entry by kevinandjoan


... a nerve.
Moving on, we decided to head into Santiago in search of lunch. Victor would have run us but we decided to catch the local bus. Buses in Chile have changed much recently. Even in 2002 when we first came, they swarmed the streets, yellow, dusted and badly dinted, jostling for space and passengers. We spent a happy afternoon of our honeymoon sat at a street café watching them nearly colliding.
Safety rules have been tightened up and now it is less ...

Chile (all in one go)

A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96


... the rubbish was also not being collected!!). After our sleep we headed out to check out the Cerro Concepcion and the Cerro Allegre. They were both pretty places with narrow streets and colourful houses along with some tasteful graffiti. After meandering around for a while, we joined up with a walking tour of the City. This started at the main square, Plaza Sotomayar. From here we checked out the Port area (military ships in) as well as all the local boats that would take ...

Driving from San Pedro de Atacama to Santiago

A travel blog entry by reinapaul


... luck we made it just in time for a boat trip which included isla dama (lady island) and a stop over at a deserted island. During the tour we got to see a lot of wild life, penguins, birds, chungungos, sea lions and most impressively a whale! We were told that whale sightings are extremely rare so we were very happy to see it, especially as we were so close to the massive animal. We were very tired after the tour but we wanted to find another little coastal town to rest ...

Apartments and Airports

A travel blog entry by abiandkayleigh

Before we left the UK Kayleigh's uncle gave us a fantastic leaving present of three nights in an apartment in Santiago for the final three days of our South American adventure. This was something we had both been looking forward to for months and it did not disappoint. After spending three months staying in hostels and sleeping in bunk beds we fell in love with our huge bed and did not went ...


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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