Luz Azul Hostel

Moneda #2350, Santiago, 8340565, Chile | Hostel
Prices starting from $12.00

Travel Blogs from Santiago

A World of Kindness

A travel blog entry by mjolly


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My Taxi Driver - I think his act of kindness was probably the biggest for me. My back had begun to hurt several days earlier, so my study abroad program arranged a doctor's appointment for me. They also arranged for a taxi to pick me up from my house, wait during my appointment, and then drive me home. Visa had a glitch in their system that day that inactivated all cards that expire 07/14. Since my Visa card is also ...

¡Todo es Increíble!

A travel blog entry by mjolly


So first off, I have arrived safe and sound in Santiago, Chile. While traveling usually isn't the most exciting, there were some things that definitely amused me, although it could just be that I was a little sleep deprived.

My first flight from was from Denver to Atlanta. I had a 3 hour layover in Atlanta so I was able to grab some food, Skype with a friend, and just relax before the long flight ...

Culture shock

A travel blog entry by nandz

... unavoidable.

We got to Eco Hostel, checked in to the friendly place. There is a kiwi that lives here, he loves it. Upon recommendation, we immediately set out to Cerro Santa Lucia (cerro means hill/mountain). It's a gorgeous little hill with fountains, historical fortress, japanese garden and lots of pick pocket-ters around to view. So long as you keep a close eye on where those guys are at all times, you are completely safe. They don't come close ...


A travel blog entry by kezzah16


... not having much look at the barbers. The lady got the thinning scissors out and started hacking away at his hair, I don't think he can wait to get back to an English speaking country so he knows what to ask for. Oh well at least it grows back fairly quick! After we had planned to go on a walking tour around Santiago, called TOUR4TIPS. There was a company which offered it for free you just gave them a tip at the end if you enjoyed it. It started in ...

Strawberries and Funiculars

A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily


... along down the aisles, looking for places to pause to observe what is happening around us. We exit the market on the far side, realizing we just entered the garment district. Block after block of storefronts selling clothing of every kind. Chileans sure have a different style, not afraid to show off the few too many pounds around the midriff.
Santiago, while surrounded by mountains, is located in a valley and is relatively flat. However, a few ...

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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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