Luz Azul Hostel

Address: Moneda #2350, Santiago, 8340565, Chile | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Brasil area of Santiago, is near Bellavista, La Moneda, National Library (Biblioteca Nacional), and Stock Exchange.
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      A Different Santiago and Religious Extremism

      A travel blog entry by samcohon on Mar 30, 2015

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... impoverished community outside of Buenos Aires as part of a religious mission sponsored by his Protestant church’s parent association. He was traveling on vacation with his visiting family, and we had a great conversation about the work he does, how he helps the children in this very troubled area, what motivates him and why it has been a challenging but deeply meaningful experience. I have met many people on this trip who are doing ...

      Santiago in a day!!

      A travel blog entry by denisha-jacques on Dec 23, 2014

      ... would go and visit the graves of their loved ones each week and lay flowers and pray. The cemetery was beautiful that some people come to have picnics next to their loved ones graves. Afterwards a small group of us went to have lunch in the fish markets, that was had previously visited in the morning. Which Jacques loved!! NOT!! However it was delicious. It was our first real meal in South America. I had Salmon salad and of course J went ...

      Sunny Santiago!

      A travel blog entry by sue.tonytravels on Oct 24, 2014

      1 photo

      ... during the regime and Salvador Allende´s tomb (he is very much a hero to many Chileans).

      Sue really liked Santiago but I found it strange for the first few days, it was such a culture shock coming into a very modern city after Bolivia. I felt that we could have been in Europe and not South America and neither of us could quite get used to cars actually stopping at pedestrian crossings to let us cross.


      A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Sep 13, 2014

      4 comments, 5 photos

      ... en espanol…but he was like… “what, it’s just a shirt!” Of course this was all in Spanish, so it was probably even funnier if you were watching this “movie reel” while it was rolling!

      But speaking of funny…and speaking of movies…there is a lot that makes me laugh and a lot that makes me smile. I love that in Santiago Street Performers are all over the place. It is part of the ...

      A World of Kindness

      A travel blog entry by mjolly on Jun 28, 2014

      4 comments, 1 photo

      ... card, I had no way to pay for my appointment. When the taxi driver found out, he lent me about $100 USD so that I could pay for my appointment.

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