Luz Azul Hostel

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 Calle Dieciocho.
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    Travel Blogs from Santiago

    20 - 31 May: whistle stop tour of Chile!

    A travel blog entry by prunes17 on May 31, 2014

    21 photos

    ... and learn about this as an adult. I think I appreciate it more now than when I was a teenager ogling mr white!!!!! The most amazing thing I saw was a super clear view of Saturn and the rings. Wow! Photos in textbooks do not do it justice! It was magnificent! After 2 days, I made my way to San Pedro de Atacama. Like with all the bus journeys I had in chile, it was simply brilliant to take in the scenery and the beauty of the Andes. ...

    South America - Part 1 of Many!!! Santiago & Q

    A travel blog entry by clearyf on May 21, 2014

    113 photos

    ... Was a small one bed apt but very clean and modern and good value too. Would certainly recommend for a stay here The flight was tiring as it was 4pm leaving NZ and I arrive at 11am the same day after over a 10hr flight. So it ended up been a 39.5 hour day as crossing International Date Line. So first day I crashed a bit. Went to local supermarket for food. Next day got up early, went to local cafe for breakfast. Looked very good ...

    End of story...

    A travel blog entry by hawkness on May 16, 2014

    ... was taken from me in Germany.

    Back at the airport, I had to wait in a very long line to check in and get my final ticket. I was told ahead of time that I would need proof of leaving Chile within 90 days in order to enter the country. So I had purchased a bus ticket to Mendoza which is a city just on the other side of the Andes in Argentina. The lady at the ticket counter didn’t want to let me through and was questioning me ...


    A travel blog entry by peterandsandra on Apr 07, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    Up, showered and packed and it's only 5:10. Yep, Peter read the time wrong. 2 hours to kill before breakfast. Caught a taxi to San Christobel to catch the funicular rail up to the Virgin statue at the top. However, the rail doesn't run on Mondays so waited for the 10:00 bus only to find the bus wasn't running today so ended up having to catch another taxi to the top, a ...

    Day 18: Santiago And The Walking Tour.

    A travel blog entry by gregchinery on Jan 07, 2014

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... and political stories. Franco is a musician by night and tour guide by day. He was a consummate entertainer; his stories of the Pinochet regime were unbiased, but you could tell he was no fan of the greedy, slimy, good mate of Thatcher, ex-(and now thankfully dead) dictator. The "free" tour (tips only!) is a great sales gimmick, and no-one at the end of his wonderful presentation felt ripped of by forking out around US$20 each. It was well worth it and ...