Hostal Residencial Alemana

Avenida Republica 220, Santiago, Chile | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago

Thoroughly Exploring Santiago With One Man Down

A travel blog entry by the5wynns


... headed to La Vega Central Farmer’s Market and ended at the National Cemetery, where we visited the grave site of the revered dead Chilean President Salvadore Allende, who died tragically, by suicide, in the Presidential Palace the day of the military coup led by Augusto Pinochet. Later that afternoon, the kids and I walked to the Parque Quinta Normal in order to visit the Museum of Memory and Human Rights dedicated to this Chilean tragedy that began on September 11th ...


A travel blog entry by steve.martion

... of smog which covers the city and obscures the otherewise amazing vista. I got back to the hostel around 6pm and chatted to a couple of girls from Sydney who were leaving n a tour the next day (Australians... we´re everywhere) but by 7 I had nothing left and passed out on my bed for the night.

22nd I woke up about 8 and felt pretty good, and had managed to get myslef on South American time.I decided to climb San Cristobal Hill which overlooks the city and has a ...

And then there was one

A travel blog entry by guyfairbank

... gave a strong message that this must never happen again. I tried to enjoy a longed-for siesta but the hotel decided to renovate the room next door. I said my goodbyes to the Canadians Herb and Brian, Peter; then, after a pizza and ice cream, to Linda. The Explore trip had come to an end and I was about to start the next part of my trip. I suddenly felt alone but alright. I would spend a few days relaxing in this city, not do too much and catch up on ...

Off to the Andes - Valle Nevado

A travel blog entry by melr


... him. Some info for you

* 1/2 the population is Santiago has a car, there are no taxes on cars and you can get one for us$6000

* average earnings in Santiago is us$400 a month

* there is no standards around education, so it is up to each institution to set what is wants to educate on, so apparently there are a heaps of dry, dentists etc. that have graduated from universities without ...

Santiago - 4th-7th Nov - Priya

A travel blog entry by priyaandpeter


... to be a good choice; even at nearly 7pm the traffic was rather congested and for once I had no protest to make about our driver's somewhat aggressive driving style! Our first foray into Spanish speaking was also thankfully simple: despite arriving 6 hours later than anticipated, the keys to the apartment were waiting and there was very little need to explain anything to the concierge staff. We were soon ensconced in our apartment, delighted that it seemed to have ...


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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