Princesa Insolente Hostel
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Travelogged stayed here on May 8, 2014 during their trip titled: Nomadic Adventures of Emily and Thomas.
Travelogged stayed here on May 7, 2014 during their trip titled: Nomadic Adventures of Emily and Thomas.
It was only a flying visit to Santiago as most people had told us not to bother spending too much time there as "it's just another city", however we would have rather had 3 nights here and only 1 in La Paz looking back.
Santiago is a beautiful city and has a real North American feel to it. Chile definitely needs to get a second visit from …
Just a short two hour hop down the road and I was in Santiago de chile. I wasn't expecting much as people had told me there wasn't much to be done but it turned out to be a most pleasant surprise. Everyone I met had recommended the hostel so no surprises there (except the symphony of snorers/ sleep mutterers in my dorm every night- an added bonus) …
... 5 worlds best market. Onto the meat market, not a favourite but defiantly not as graphic as the Asian meat markets we had been use to. The meat was refrigerated and in an orderly manner. The third and final market was the fruit and veg market our favourite with the freshest fruit and veg, we bought 1 kg of strawberries for the equivalent of £1.40, an absolute bargain. We then hopped on the metro to the cemetery. Not just any old cemetery, this one was the size of ...
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Different from a hostel. Cool little apartment. Great location.
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