Residencial Tres Soles

Address: 921 pasaje 15, Arica, Chile | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located on 921 pasaje 15, Arica, is near El Morro de Arica, Parque Nacional Lauca, Catedral de San Marcos, and Lake Llanganuco.
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    Travel Blogs from Arica

    Arica

    A travel blog entry by diekleine on Jan 04, 2015

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    ... lassen. Anschließend entscheidet man sich für ein bestimmtes Paket (Internet, Telefonieren), um festzulegen, wofür das Geld benutzt werden soll. Für 5.000 CLP bekommt man 500 MB Data. Wer sich nicht sicher in Spanisch fühlt, fragt am besten in einem Claro-Shop, ob diese für einen das Paket aktivieren können.

    Abends kochte Christian Abendbrot im Hostel, was für einiges Aufsehen sorgte. Hier übernachteten abgesehen von uns nur chilenische Familien ...

    Bad News

    A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Jul 20, 2014

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    ... called out "Papa, dos gringos!" and disappeared while her father emerged from the kitchen, wiping his greasy hands on a towel. "Here for lunch?" he asked in English after establishing we didn't understand Spanish. He chuckled and we explained that no, this was Dennis and we were here to make sure everything was squared away for our Lauca tour the next day. As soon as we said it, we had the sinking feeling that there was to be no Lauca tour the next ...

    Our Udderly fabulous last days in Arequipa

    A travel blog entry by augsabroad on Feb 16, 2014

    ... someone who did. We finally found the places, completely hidden by unassuming doors off of side-streets, called Tambos. They were each like mini-nieghborhoods, paved and very Spanish looking, where different bits of history around the city had happened. One of these tambos had housed Chilean soldiers during the civil war, even though Chile had been Peru's enemeny. JArequipa apparently has a long history of having it's own mind separate from the rest of Peru's ...

    Arica... sea level!!! 05/11/13-07/11/13 days 65-67

    A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris on Nov 05, 2013

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    ... and my toastie wasn't even toasted, it was a bread bun with melted cheese in it and Chris's burger didn't even have a bun! It was rank and expensive!  The next day we went out to explore Arica. From walking around it was evident that there was some sort of election going and there pictures of hilarious looking plasticine faced people! Every corner there was another and they kept me entertained all day! We walked to the beach which was quite a long way ...

    A funny bird that is a pelican...

    A travel blog entry by lrm2164 on Sep 30, 2013

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    ... mind you, they are great and cheap, but even I wouldn't travel all the way to Tacna just for the olives). Another thing that confused me was that their equivalent of Rodeo Drive was almost completely made up of dental spas, optometry clinics and medical offices offering a range of services including discounted plastic surgeries. Then one of my co-workers told me that because we were just an hour away from Chile, many Chileans come up to Tacna for ...