Hostal Residencial Alemana

Avenida Republica 220, Santiago, Chile | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Santiago Centro area of Santiago, is near Bellavista, La Moneda, National Library (Biblioteca Nacional), and Salvador Allende Solidarity Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Santiago

Chile- Santiago

A travel blog entry by mattcoopers on May 01, 2014

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... are amazing and pussy tastes so good. The Brazilian rumors were confirmed. She is waxed as clean as a 12yr old vagina, with just a small tuft of hair above her clit. I don't have time to grab a condom as she rams my cock into her. It is soo wet and tight. (I'm getting a *******, just writing this ****). After a good ****, she comes and tucks into bed with me. Everyone else is asleep, as far as I know.We continue to go down on each other, and **** some more. A great night! ...

Day 1 Melbourne to Santiago

A travel blog entry by agc2 on Apr 23, 2014

Up at 6.00 and the 12 month journey begins. Flight to Sydney all good, timed it very well, short bus ride to the International terminal, hang around for about 40 mins and we are boarding. Heard this guy near me who was from Brazil explaining all the highlight to an Aussie couple, wish I would have been next to him. Micks sleeping pills worked a treat, got settled in, had lunch, watched Trueman ...

So now we are in Chile, yay!

A travel blog entry by cracka on Apr 02, 2014

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... really suck. Really suck. I hardly slept and watched movie after movie. Plane was delayed in Sydney. Long waits in lines I really didn't mind. Ate bacon n egg burger with food vouchers. Get out at Auckland, not much of a wait, onto chile. Originally we weren't going to get off the plane at Auckland but there you go, we flew there with quantas. On the way to Chile it was Brutal. We got to Chile and walked into an absolute s*** fight. We were confused as where to ...


A travel blog entry by ami.cobb on Feb 20, 2014

... terremoto (earthquake in Spanish), an appropriate name for a drink which hits you out of nowhere. This tour was based more on the cultural aspects of Santiago versus the afternoon tour, which focused more on the famous buildings in the city ( I opted out of that tour). Once the tour was over, an Irish girl, Aussie guy, and myself went back to the food market to taste some local ...


A travel blog entry by simoncole on Jan 29, 2014

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... and Cabernet Sauvignon, and between C******nay and Reisling and Sauvingnon Blanc and Gewurtztraminer.

Sunday 2nd February

Santiago is situated in a large valley about 70 miles inland. Today we took a bus to the its port, Valparaiso. This is a fascinating city of 300,000 with 2 important themes. It is built round a series of steep hills with many funiculars and there is ...

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