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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      First day in Santiago with Melissa

      A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Nov 08, 2014

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      ... at 8:30am. I don’t know what people do for breakfast on a weekend morning, but apparently they don’t go out. We ended up having to get a couple of breakfast sandwiches at a gas station to hold us until lunch time. Nice first date for the vacation, I know!

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      The day of tourist adventures

      A travel blog entry by dragonfly911 on Nov 06, 2014

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      ... hungry, you eat it. The reasoning behind it, is the bottom is full of wheat, and a whole peach (I think the canned variety) with the stone still in, and topped up with the sweet liquid so sugary it made my lips stick together. It didn't blow me away, but like empanadas, chile would not be complete without trying one. Heading back down in the funicular, I marvelled at what a fantastic day. My homesickness had been lifted (albeit temporarily) and I felt amazing. ...

      Working in Santiago

      A travel blog entry by hawkness on Jun 09, 2014

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      ... More free time means more time practicing my Spanish!

      The initial purchase of the scooter would dip into my savings, but after a couple secs glance, I found a bunch of scooters for around 400 USD. It is definitely doable and I think I will make more in the long run if I have a scooter. Plus, I would have fun going to and from work instead of being crushed on a metro.

      I have only just begun to research this idea, but I guess we'll see how this ...

      STGO - City Life and Theft

      A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Apr 23, 2014

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      ... was amazing and we realised we had not had this kind of selection since leaving Brazil, and also how much we missed the fresh juices. Today's plan was to walk up the San Cristobel hill, get to the market for more fresh food and then the afternoon Wally's walking tour. We were abit apprehensive about the walk up the hill as we had heard it was long, tiring and hard to find. Well we arrived at the top with no problem, sure it was up a hill but nothing like we had heard. All ...

      Ahhhh santiago

      A travel blog entry by augsabroad on Mar 14, 2014

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      ... city that retain their old-world feel to them are therefore some of the most popular places for people to hang out. We spent a whole day in one of these areas, where lots of boutique shopping and cute cafes shaded by trees make their home. We visited the art museum, walked around looking at more murals, and hiked up a city park that sits on a hill with many views of the downtown area. We spent one morning with Monica, who took us to another city park hill that is even bigger and sits ...